Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Definitely, Maybe gets too coy in spots, and Brooks is a sharper writer at this point in his career than he is a director. But for a film with a half-dozen fully-formed characters that spans 15 years and works in a swell detail about a 1943 edition of "Jane Eyre" - well, it definitely works. No maybes about it. Read full review
Keeps you interested in its characters and isn’t afraid of complicating your sympathies a little. In these dog-day months for romantic comedy, that means a lot. Read full review
A sophisticated story of disappointment and accommodation. Read full review
Absolutely, probably more comfortable with human romantic complication than the usual stuff released on Valentine's Day. Read full review
It's a decent Valentine's date-night flick, and should earn Reynolds the attention he'll need to snare stronger leading roles. Read full review
Maybe writer-director Adam Brooks has made a fluffy Woody Allen pastiche here, but it's arguably more pleasing than anything Allen himself has done lately. Read full review
It's generally enjoyable, amusing and more sophisticated than most films in this genre. Read full review
The film is far from a complete washout, and this is chiefly a tribute to its immensely attractive and appealing cast. Ryan Reynolds proves to have the stuff of a true leading. man. Read full review
To sum up, Definitely, Maybe is crap with compensations. Read full review
There's no maybe about its standing as romantic comedy -- definitely bad. Read full review
zero amounts of interesting
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