Reviews

May 8, 2009
...gut-wrenchingly awful--should be avoided at all cost. Rated R 84 mins. (D-)http://www.colesmith
Dec 6, 2005
Apr 9, 2004
It's all talk and very little action. And unfortunately, most of the talk consists of thesis statements disguised as dialogue.
Mar 26, 2004
At bottom, what we've got here is a movie about a boy who meets a girl, loses her and tries to find a way to get her back. Which returns us to the original question: Can romance be reduced to scientific formula?
Mar 26, 2004
The film has an unfinished feel, and plays like a film 101 outing.
Mar 25, 2004
Mostly a drab affair, unfolding in restaurants, office cubicles and anonymous apartments, in which characters talk endlessly about relationships in ways that suggest they think they're being intelligent.
Feb 2, 2004
Evocatively captures the uncertainties of being in your 20s, and the bars and cafes its characters inhabit.
Dec 25, 2003
Never seems to say something important about love that it tries desperately to get to.
Dec 5, 2003
Likable but utterly forgettable.
Oct 29, 2003
An amiably slight independent film that probably should have gone directly to the Sundance Channel.
Oct 27, 2003
Has several parallel storylines, and all of them work.
Oct 22, 2003
Decena treats everything with a slick, cold-edged elegance.
Oct 17, 2003
Engaging
Oct 16, 2003
San Francisco's smart set of high-tech thinkers can still be stupid at love in this warm, winning indie DV romance.
Oct 14, 2003
Director Mark Decena and his writing partner show a good deal of promise for their future efforts, but some bad decisions and simplistic characters keep Dopamine from being anything to fall in love with.
Oct 13, 2003
... a near miss ...
Oct 11, 2003
Bland, innocuous and totally disposable, it's the cinematic equivalent of a toothpaste or sneaker designed by and for focus groups.
Oct 10, 2003
Nicely acted by Lloyd and the talented Livingston, it poses some major questions, and is smart enough to refrain from trying to answer them.
Oct 10, 2003
While there's nothing terribly wrong with it, there's not much that's memorable either.
Oct 10, 2003
There's no disguising the fact that, beneath all its talk, this is a very traditional, very predictable romance; it's sorely in need of some comic relief.