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A mediocre episode of Friends has more humor and less offensive gay jokes.
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Dismayingly predictable and rote.
A gay-cliche parade utterly lacking in rhythm, style or drollery.
Inept, unfunny, and so brimming with bad ideas it's a wonder it wasn't manufactured by mandrills rather than adult humans.
Three to Tango trips early and never gets up off the floor.
Three to Tango isn't a waste of time, it's just a middling affair, which would have been better as NBC's 'Romantic Comedy Movie of the Week'.
Although sometimes amusing, 'Three to Tango' relies on a one-joke emphasis that wears thin early on.
Perry and Campbell's natural rapport is put at the service of an idiot plot.
If I had wanted a 90-minute episode of Friends, I would've asked for one.
A whirlwind of bad gay jokes and mistaken motives.
Trouble is, they're trying so hard and missing the mark by so much that they end up being more irritating than appealing.
Full of gay jokes that were tired back in the day of In and Out.
I liked this one and I thought the cast was great. Oliver Platt was awesome in this role and he played off well with the others. It was a simple story but the actors made you care about what was going to happen.
Three's a crowd! Rom com love triangle.
A very funny and like-able rom-com
Matthew Perry does good performance by pretending as a gay man behind his bastard boss and boss' beautiful mistress in this great sexy, funny and irresistable comedy.
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