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Goes down smoothly thanks to the trio of lead actors, whose enthusiasm and chemistry help make up for the routine filmmaking.
Lacks exactly what its title promises, passion, and any real Portuguese flavor.
Afraid to trust the strength of its simple story, it clutters it up with subplots, some of which seem to have been forgotten in the editing.
Despite its porn-movie title, this predictable and uninspired romantic drama fizzles like a wet squib.
Passionada is not as passionate as you may suspect. It's just a tender story about how opposites attract, and how much the nation is opening toward those who are different.
A feel-good romantic comedy without a shred of credibility.
It's a shame that more care wasn't taken in the handling of the characters or the multiple plot threads.
Plugs New Bedford into the ethnic romantic comedy formula, and the results are, well, formulaic.
The romance in Passionada is appealing enough, but the movie's real strengths are Rossum, whose wide eyes and easy laugh may remind you of Julia Roberts, its surprising characters and the stunning coastal setting.
This slight and pleasantly predictable film coasts along on the considerable charms of its cast and exotic setting.
There are movies that are made for the big screen, and movies that are made for the small screen; Passionada is the latter type.
Passionada is a beguiling love story about two middle-agers who must set aside their loyalties to the past in order to forge a meaningful future together.
Nice little movie.
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