Three to Tango - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Three to Tango Reviews

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August 19, 2012
why is everybody saying this movie sucks? i think it's a cute movie.
½ July 16, 2012
Talk about complications this movies a 3 way circus, Neve Campbell stuck in the middle. This is a different type of romance comedy, more serious then laughter, it has its charms. 3 to Tango is a metaphor for Mathew Perry, Oliver Platt and Neve Campbell dance the love. Platt who's seeing Campbell on the side is married and hires Perry to keep them from colliding, and is also mistaken for being gay falls in love with Campbell, and slowly Campbell feels the same. When the truth is out she dumps Platt for lying and cheating, she gets mad at Perry but not as much cause "love concures" always. Both live happily or somewhat perfectly ever after when Perry finish's convincing everyone he's Straight.
June 30, 2012
Just want to see how bad it is.
½ May 16, 2012
they mess up the ending... but its a great Matthew Perry comedy...
April 22, 2012
Loved it,funny,and romantic,with a wonderful cast.
April 9, 2012
The movie was decent, the book however, will blow your mind...
March 31, 2012
ohh looks like a chic flick!!
January 15, 2012
One of my all time favorites..
January 11, 2012
this is so hilarious! and way cute!
January 3, 2012
Decent movie, not any of the threes best appearances to date.
January 2, 2012
Light comedy. Real funny - happy ending. Matt and Neve have great chemistry.
September 13, 2011
Classic!! La quiero volver a ver!!
½ August 8, 2011
The only thing good about this was Matthew Perry, but this movie would have served better as a 30 minute long sitcom. It dragged on a bit. In fact it could have been maybe 2 30 minute episodes of Friends.
The One Where Chandler is Gay and The One Where Chandler Comes Out :p
June 13, 2011
A business tycoon (Dylan McDermott) who wrongly thinks Oscar (Matthew Perry) is gay asks him to spy on his girlfriend (Neve Campbell). Oscar, unwilling to hurt his chances of winning a lucrative architectural contract from the mogul, agreesand falls madly in love.

also stars Oliver Platt, Cylk Cozart, John C. McGinley, Bob Baladan, Deborah Rush and Kelly Rowan.

directed by Damon Santostefano.
February 24, 2011
A film you don't have to think about. We used to love this and so bought it for a few quid on Amazon.
12th Jan 2011
½ February 17, 2011
this was when i was in love with Neve Campbell
½ January 7, 2011
hillarious! likable and very easy-going.
November 24, 2010
just the best love triangle in a movie ever
November 2, 2010
Seriously. Chandlerisc action, slapstick, gay-non-gay, wives, mistresses and more. A couple of nice pieces of music but why did I bother. Could not stop half-way as that would have been against my principles....... sigh.....
October 10, 2010
Less substance than chicken broth.

Matthew Perry's pretending to be gay to get a job, but he's really not. Tee-hee.

Just imagine the trite, tepid gags that can be wrung out of that smelly old dishcloth - and you've successfully imagined about 98% of the plot.

To have any chance at box office rake, the film was directed into more the eye-candy vehicle where viewers can ogle a scantily clad Neve Campbell, barely covered by Mr. Bubble in the tub, prancing about in nearly-sprayed-on undergarments, and the like.

All that so viewers can spend 90 minutes of their valuable time empathizing with Perry - who can't have her anymore than the viewers can. It all plays out like a second-rate "Some Like it Hot" scenario.

And it's a total waste of Campbell's acting ability to boot. Or is that 'to booty?'

RECOMMENDATION: Viewers should instead queue up "When Will I Be Loved," a smart, lesser-known film within which Campbell's true acting talent, rather than her derriere, is on full display.
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