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Although "Lovesick" plays more like an extended sitcom episode than a full-fledged feature film, the script by Dean Young contains enough genuine laughs and amusing moments to keep this slight romantic farce afloat.
With the reek of straight-to-video wafting from every frame, "Lovesick" astonishes most by its appearance in an actual theater.
Matt LeBlanc is so great on Showtime's "Episodes" that it's both baffling and depressing to imagine that this soulless rom-com was the best big-screen project available to him.
LeBlanc and Larter carry the day with a spectrum of charm missing from too many entries in this shaky, persistent genre.
If you like your rom-coms blandly predictable, there is a market for this.
Quirky romcom parody has some mature content.
"Lovesick" lives up to its title, as it's hard to feel anything but nausea after sitting through it.
The lead character here, quite deeply disturbed, is actually presented as a worthy romantic hero.
A light-hearted romantic comedy about jealousy.
It's not love that is sick-it's the fact that Matheny ended a four-year wait to return to filmmaking with such a disposable, banal project.
Audiences should know well enough to stay away from this perversely bland, achingly dull romantic comedy.
I watched an hour, but I couldn't get through it all. I wanted to like it, but it bored me.
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