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Sweetly-intentioned though somewhat awkwardly structured ...
"Jane's" affecting emotional core and cathartic conclusion carry the day.
Polished and often clever, William C. Sullivan's "Jane Wants a Boyfriend" examines autism in the context of sisterly ties and intimate relationships.
"Jane Wants a Boyfriend" loses momentum careening between Dushku's Bianca and Krause's Jane - the latter of whom is far more interesting.
For the most part ... Jane Wants a Boyfriend keeps the proceedings a bit too cute and would benefit from giving the protagonist more subjectivity.
Autism and the challenges it presents for its romantically inclined leading lady are the basis for this well-intentioned but very spotty film.
[D]rama about a young woman with Asperger's looking for love... is stilted, forced, phony, emotionally implausible, and... rather paternalistic and patronizing.
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