Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Gould’s lugubrious presence is always welcome, and Rue plays her lovelorn part with verve. Read full review
The film's moral lesson is too contradictory to be taken seriously. Read full review
A popular topic for debate is whether television or movies are better right now. Movie defenders are not going to want to use Dorfman in Love to bolster their argument. Read full review
Features a winning performance by Sara Rue as its titular heroine but otherwise has little to recommend it. Playing a wallflower who blossoms when she finally meets the right guy, the actress has charm to spare. Read full review
Brad Leong’s “quirky” romantic comedy retreads ground that is already so well worn, everyone just slides right through.
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Brad Leong's comedy has some nicely miserable character beats. Read full review
The sentiments are heartfelt, but the execution is common. Read full review
Even as Deb comes to embrace the vibrancy of urban life, she's still prey to a blinkered suburban viewpoint which becomes inscribed in the film itself. Read full review
Tedious effort. Read full review
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