Village Voice

By Dennis Lim
It's the sort of movie that could haunt your dreams for weeks. In the end, it is, as promised, all about love—this brave, foolish, improbably moving film's great achievement may be the utter sincerity with which it lives up to its title.
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New York Post

By Megan Lehmann
A weird hybrid of cloning thriller and futuristic love story, with hints of "The Godfather" and "Ice Castles" - and it wears its disjointed nature like a badge of honor.
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TV Guide

By Ken Fox
A stew of silliness that's so ridiculous it's almost entertaining. Almost.
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New York Daily News

By Jack Mathews
Surely, Vinterberg was high on some inert gas when he embarked on it.
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Entertainment Weekly

The experiment didn't work. The English-language production is a jumble of poorly delineated notions about love, celebrity, the look of romantic movies, and the sound of American-style dialogue - and it's been sitting on the shelf for over a year.
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The New York Times

By Manohla Dargis
A cringing romance that Mr. Vinterberg tries and fails to spin into a political allegory.
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By Todd McCarthy
The director doesn't display the spirit of a natural entertainer; while intellectual notions abound, he never grabs the audience by the hand to pull them into the tale emotionally.
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Film Threat

There are so many things wrong with Thomas Vinterberg’s It’s All about Love that if I wrote them down, this would be a five page review that would sound like a spiteful rant.
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L.A. Weekly

By Ella Taylor
Vinterberg's execution is overstuffed, unoriginal and often downright incomprehensible. And what's Sean Penn doing dangling off airplanes -- pontificating, as usual, from a great height?
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32 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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