Win a Date With Tad Hamilton! Reviews

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January 17, 2016
It requires more than just setting reality aside for a while. It mocks reality.
December 6, 2005
May 4, 2005
Fails to produce one single convincingly realistic moment.
March 14, 2005
September 16, 2004
We might have to use our seat cushions to float on all this goo.
July 24, 2004
Grace isn't a confident or resourceful enough actor to withstand the film's lopsided focus on Tad, or Duhamel's unexpectedly warm and cheerful presence.
June 22, 2004
Few people younger than 11 or over 19 will find much to swoon about in this bland picture.
May 14, 2004
April 23, 2004
Should a film about true love really leave you wanting more Hollywood glitz and less down home charm?
February 5, 2004
...a teen movie about a sweet girl-next-door who's actually got a head on her shoulders. But unlike director Luketic, I'm not sure this Cinderella falls for the right fella.
February 1, 2004
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton! isn't as lame as most January releases, but it's hardly a dream date.
January 29, 2004
The actors, especially Grace, fight hard against a schizoid script (the kids are rubes one sec, hipsters the next) and cotton-candy direction from Robert Luketic.
January 29, 2004
The cast gives it the real heave-ho. Unfortunately, by the time the movie reaches its...conclusion, the whole audience is tempted to forgo the ho and just simply heave.
January 27, 2004
January 27, 2004
It must be admitted that the final 10 minutes of Win A Date With Tad Hamilton! are likable: one cliche following another, but with charming restraint. Or it might just have been that the movie's simple-mindedness wore me down.
January 27, 2004
Duhamel certainly passes as a fox - a fact I only mention because the folks at DreamWorks clearly use his looks as a marketing tool.
January 26, 2004
In a jaw-dropping moment of product placement, the characters actually discuss the merits of the brand of potato chip they're eating...
January 24, 2004
While the cast has its charm, they are nevertheless stuck in a by-the-numbers script that the main character would probably hate.
January 24, 2004
It buries a talented cast beneath jokes that have been canned and stored in bomb shelters since the Cold War.
January 24, 2004
Suffers from a lack of conviction.
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