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It unfortunately has an unfinished quality, and plays very much like a good first draft for a much better movie than the one on view.
Together, these characters discover the ideas of faith and fellowship as the film congratulates itself on its noble instincts.
A goofy, goodwill gesture toward the U.S. Postal Service, it's never funny and moves slower than an unaddressed letter without postage.
As trite as the framework is, Dear God might have been a charming holiday film, if only its miracles weren't so trite.
A sickeningly bad pastiche of much better pictures.
It is a limp, lifeless story starring Greg Kinnear as a con man who becomes a do-gooder, and one of its many problems is that he was a lot more entertaining as a con man.
Garry Marshall's fast-paced, Capra-esque comedy probably out-Capras Capra himself in sentimentality, but the terrific cast makes for a rarity: a feel good-comedy that's actually very funny.
Annoyingly unfocused comedy flick with nary a laugh to be found.
Cute concept, middling execution.
This shows Greg Kinnear at his most forced. Director Garry Marshall should've given Kinnear and the other actors more depth before taking it to the silver screen.
Cutesy comedy that makes good use of the Kinnear charm.
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