By Tom Keogh
If McCulloch can draw this much humanity out of his actors, and do it in comedies with a deceptively easygoing poignancy, he's definitely a director to watch.
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Boston Globe

A romantic comedy with an adult sensibility, a film that avoids characters-as-caricatures (with one exception), and deftly mixes cynicism and hope.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Half a good romantic comedy. Luke Wilson is the good half...The weak half is Natasha Henstridge.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
This shambling romantic comedy...clings to a sensibility that's imperviously, uncompromisingly Canadian.
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TV Guide

By Ken Fox
Odd yet thoughtful romantic comedy.
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Through the laughter, though, there is real empathy for the characters. It's a light-hearted movie.
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New York Post

By Jonathan Foreman
A slack-paced, surprisingly bland affair, filled with jokes that sound like they should be funny but aren't.
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Austin Chronicle

By Sarah Hepola
Quirky, but ultimately disappointing, romantic comedy.
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Mr. Showbiz

By Kevin Maynard
Populated with whiny, unappealing characters that are impossible to care about and flatly staged sitcomish set-pieces...this lame Canadian import's a real woofer.
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New York Daily News

If a movie smells like a dog and barks like a dog, well, then it must be a woofer.
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46 out of 100
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