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The setup is commonplace, but the scenery is delicious, the dialogue refreshingly tart and the keen supporting cast frisky or affecting, as the occasion demands.
"Everybody Loves Somebody" doesn't reinvent the rom-com, but it manages to take the formula, shake it up a bit, and come up with something that feels fresh and inventive.
Mastretta gets considerable mileage out of her bilingual concept, but it's never forced, and we enjoy being in both of Clara's worlds.
Yes, the framework is familiar, but Mastretta's affecting script and realistic performances from Souza and Tiaré Scanda offer enough motivation for us to stay engaged.
Doesn't break any new ground thematically but still manages to make an appealing addition to the rom-com genre.
Everybody Loves Somebody won't reinvent the (third) wheel, but the knowing dialogue and convincingly human characters are a refreshing break from the norm and worthy of your attention.
Everybody Loves Somebody doesn't deviate far from the expected rom-com playbook... Nonetheless, the film makes an effective, embraceable statement on realistic expectations of what love can be.
Spanish romcom about love, family has drinking and sex.
A breezy, delightful and endearing romantic comedy. It's a perfect date movie.
It makes for a film that doesn't take chances, but at least Mastretta knows how to pick a likable cast. That's particularly true with Souza who should be cast in more romances.
A rather conventional romantic comedy that stands out for its magnificent dialogues. [Full review in Spanish]
A romantic comedy in which humor and romance flow with in a natural way, it's not silly or corny. [Full review in Spanish]
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