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With its likable characters, local color and cross-cultural sparks, "Signature Move" has unsentimental sweetness and pluck.
While this likely will appeal strongly to LGBTQ audiences, I hope it finds a wider viewing, as the acting and the dialogue make for excellent drama.
It doesn't all work. But the film's gently erratic personality is winning nonetheless, and it's interesting to watch Reeder, in the first project she has done without a hand in the writing, make sense of the tones.
This plays like a hipster version of a Nia Vardalos comedy.
Vivid details can animate almost any old chestnut, and many of the variations on this timeworn tale help to give the film its appeal.
Signature Move is unabashedly a romantic comedy that still manages to include serious content, albeit in a lighthearted way.
A sweet, uncynical romantic drama that feels thoroughly contemporary largely because it isn't trying to be.
Seen on its own, "Signature Move," while intermittently quirky and fun, is a misfire that's down for the count. But seen on the spectrum of progress, it's hard not to appreciate this wily fighter.
The movie is a perfectly pleasant bonbon for its target audience.
Signature Move is visually stunning and does a great job of capturing Chicago and the diversity folded throughout the city.
Signature Move is - like its heroine - cautious when tackling its most contentious themes.
[Jennifer] Reeder finds the perfect note on which to end.
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