Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (25)
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| Fresh (3)
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| DVD (1)
Sluggishly paced and too seldom funny...
The script lacks wit and depth, while Lawrence's direction is meandering and undramatic, full of showy, over-elaborate camera movements.
Too serious to be a comedy, too flippant to be a thriller, it often feels like a backhanded act of penance for the misogynist humor in the star's comedy act.
[Lawrence is] a charming, gifted comic with a killer smile, but he's way out of his depth in this Fatal Attraction knockoff, which he also co-wrote and stars in.
A Thin Line Between Love and Hate takes its name from the Persuaders 1971 hit that has been re-recorded by the Pretenders, Annie Lennox and H-Town. You could have just as much fun simply playing one of them and skipping the movie.
The screenplay is credited to four writers, and its unevenness argues that none of them were on the same wavelength.
A thin line? Not in this case.
Tiresome stuff, bearable only if you can overlook the questionable premise and find something to like in Lawrence's Eddie Murphy-lite turn.
A ponderous vanity project that is unfunny and, worst of all, just plain boring.
In showing the importance of monogamy, the film is profound enough that it could lead couples to reevaluate themselves; women will look at their new men a bit more quizzically, and men will be less likely to say "I love you" unless they mean it.
Any movie with a bar called Chocolate City can't be all bad, right?
[Lawrence] doesn't seem to know that his protagonist is a deceptive, frivolous, fast-talking and surprisingly stupid womanizer.
The 'nrother' element normally gets on my nerves but this was great.
i used to love this one but after the third viewing it didnt hold up, still decent
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