70

New Times (L.A.)

By M.V. Moorhead
The highpoint of the film, acting-wise, comes from Bernadette Peters.
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70

Variety

Smarter and more appealing than many other recent romantic comedies.
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60

The New York Times

By A.O. Scott
Let It Snow is cheery, and it gets by on the energy of the actors, who may be as taken by the movie's guilelessness as audiences could be. The film's naïveté makes up for its rampant predictability.
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50

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Despite a subpar script and performances, this minor indie entry does possess a rather touching belief in its own charm.
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40

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
A few funny bits float the film for a while -- it's always nice to see Peters onscreen, no matter what she's doing -- but it's really as showcase for Marcus, who also wrote the script.
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40

L.A. Weekly

By Hazel-Dawn Dumpert
In lieu of developing a plot, the brothers opt to cram their cache of forced quirks and hit-or-miss sketches into a framework of predictabilities.
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38

New York Post

By Jonathan Foreman
James' character is a charmless, boring lump and it's very hard to care if he gets the girl or not.
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30

Los Angeles Times

By Kevin Thomas
Opens and closes on a jaunty note: It's the tedious, relentlessly talky 80 minutes in between that's the problem.
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30

Village Voice

By Amy Taubin
An inert and inept romantic comedy.
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42 out of 100
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