Wimbledon Reviews

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December 29, 2010
Works better as a sports movie than a love match.
August 7, 2008
August 25, 2006
The story plays out predictably with a happy ending -- think The Natural on Wimbledon's Centre Court -- and all in all, it's a decent romantic comedy.
December 6, 2005
You aren't likely to see a film with more warmth and good humor anytime soon, or one that does more to give feel good filmmaking a good name.
July 5, 2005
April 14, 2005
Bettany and Dunst make a cute couple that is as fiercely competitive in their love lives as they are on the court.
April 2, 2005
November 6, 2004
Trillada? Relativamente Complaciente? Absolutamente Buena? Podr vivir sin verla. Pero definitivamente si la ve... saldr gratamente complacido.
October 23, 2004
Não é um filme inovador, é verdade, mas foi competente o bastante para fazer com que eu me importasse com o destino do casal principal sem ficar entediado durante o processo.
October 6, 2004
October 1, 2004
A pleasant enough entertainment at a time when movies either pleasant or entertaining are in short supply.
September 28, 2004
Joins 'Four Weddings and a Funeral,' 'Notting Hill' and 'About a Boy' in that distinctly British niche of 'chick flicks' that can be enjoyed without a lobotomy.
September 26, 2004
Don't pigeonhole this sweetly funny journey of self-discovery as a romance - it deserves your attention as a movie about the greater concept of commitment.
September 25, 2004
Bettany is charming, and thankfully he and Dunst are appealing together.
September 25, 2004
September 25, 2004
A briskly paced, glamorous bauble, which makes its points as effectively as all those balls being smashed across court.
September 24, 2004
OK, so it's desperately formulaic, downright silly and almost completely implausible, but so help me if I didn't fall madly in love with Richard Loncraine's Wimbledon.
September 24, 2004
Bring Bettany his racquet of burning gold, bring him his little green felt balls of desire.
September 23, 2004
It's essentially a showcase for its two up-and-coming stars, and they keep it light and lively.
September 23, 2004
Richard Loncraine's romantic fantasy, Wimbledon, is cruelly designed to make feeble-minded tennis fans go weak at the knees. As such, it works perfectly
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