New York City Serenade - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

New York City Serenade Reviews

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March 16, 2009
The contrast is inviting, the emotional momentum is there, and the dramatic situations are ripe with potential...and then the viewer is faced with Klein, Prinze Jr., and Sigler doing all the heavy lifting. How deflating.
Full Review | Original Score: C-
March 12, 2009
Uninspired performances and a lack of chemistry fail to project whatever has brought and kept the film's odd couple together.
March 7, 2009
Suffers from mediocre performances and a contrived and silly screenplay that, ultimately, makes it falls flat as a drama, comedy and satire.
Full Review | Original Score: 4.0/10
March 6, 2009
One of those pointless indies that you'll have forgotten before the credits roll.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
March 6, 2009
The overgrown boys at its center are so unappealing that the setting certainly won't make their trials worth your time.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
March 6, 2009
The movie is a character study about two underachieving dullards scarcely worth contemplating.
Read More | Original Score: 1/5
March 4, 2009
The reason this 2007 drama has languished for so long could be that it's a bromance whose moment has only now arrived; more likely, it's because Frank Whaley's lightweight slice of life is so crashingly ordinary.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/6
March 4, 2009
Possesses a poorly explored but fecund meta-analysis of juvenile semi-stardom that demands a more sensitive treatment.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
October 27, 2007
...a well-intentioned effort...
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4
October 6, 2007
Prinze's limited range as an actor drags down a spirited performance by Klein, but the script is too awful to give either of them much hope.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
September 29, 2007
Doesn't break enough rules of the mid-1990's Sundance coming-of-age buddy template to bring any new insights to the bonds of male friendship.
September 19, 2007
This ersatz Swingers attempts to tap into the male psyche as represented by a pair of one-note losers (played by Freddie Prinze Jr. and Chris Klein), but the self-absorbed film keeps playing the same, talky refrain.
September 17, 2007
A series of sour notes.
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