The Sweetest Thing Reviews

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April 11, 2002
The film has has the trappings of your typical chick flick, with the requisite female bonding and pop-ditty soundtrack. But the unexceptional story is dotted with enough moments of sheer hilarity to set it just above its estrogen-oozing ilk.
April 11, 2002
The Sweetest Thing, a romantic comedy with outrageous tendencies, may be a mess in a lot of ways. But it does have one saving grace. A lot of its gags and observations reflect a woman's point-of-view.
April 11, 2002
Not everything works, but the average is higher than in Mary and most other recent comedies.
April 11, 2002
It's refreshing to see a girl-power movie that doesn't feel it has to prove anything.
April 11, 2002
Not half-bad, thanks mostly to a cast that knows how to embrace juvenilia in the spirit of good, dirty fun.
April 11, 2002
This isn't your mother's chick flick -- unless your mother is an Adam Sandler fan, because this is an Adam Sandler movie from the girl's point of view.
April 11, 2002
None of this is meaningful or memorable, but frosting isn't, either, and you wouldn't turn down a big bowl of that, would you?
April 10, 2002
I laughed hard often in the film and most people audience laughed along with me.
April 8, 2002
[Diaz] can blunder into the crudest situations with such sweet innocence as to inspire giggles rather than groans.
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