30

Variety

Performances range from wooden to hysterical, and it's largely due to Mulroney's inexperience behind the camera.
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25

The A.V. Club

The "romantic" half of Love, Wedding, Marriage's romantic comedy doesn't work, but that isn't nearly as problematic as the film's profound unfunniness.
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25

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Except for Brolin as an unlikely born-again Jew, nobody fares well under Mulroney's ham-fisted direction.
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25

Entertainment Weekly

By Adam Markovitz
Though it doesn't work as entertainment, this numbingly chipper rom-com (directed by Dermot Mulroney) might be of historical value someday as an A-to-Z guide to the genre's most overworked clichés.
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20

Time Out New York

By Eric Hynes
Only old pros James Brolin and Jane Seymour, as Eva's colorfully squabbling parents, occasionally rouse the film beyond its fate as fodder for a Snuggie-wrapped slumber.
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20

The Hollywood Reporter

By Todd McCarthy
Supplied with uniformly vapid dialogue, the characters come off like a bunch of twits.
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20

Village Voice

By Nick Schager
As if written by a robot whose frame of reference wasn't human reality but merely fairy-tale romantic comedies, Love, Wedding, Marriage strips genre tropes down to their scrawny, brittle bones.
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20

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
What's most baffling is that such a canny actor is so unable to direct his own cast.
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10

The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
A movie that feels like punishment for a crime you can't remember committing.
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0

Slant Magazine

Love, Wedding, Marriage is a movie so shallow and wooden, its actors less models than mannequins, that it resembles a furniture catalogue.
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13 out of 100
Overwhelming dislike
Metascore® based on all critic reviews. Scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.