The New York Times

By Stephen Holden
Love & Air Sex has a spontaneity and cheeky attitude... along with spirited naturalistic performances that infuse the standard rom-com formula with a zany vitality.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marjorie Baumgarten
Love & Air Sex, with its text-message conversations and Facebook connections, is as of-the-moment as air sex.
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By Eric Kohn
Poyser doesn't do anything we haven't seen before, but the familiar ingredients are done just right.
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The Dissolve

By Andrew Lapin
A perceptive, low-stakes exploration of when to move on and when to come back.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By John DeFore
A likeable cast of relative newcomers buoys the film, which never quite finds the sweet spot.
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By Peter Debruge
This more broadly appealing project feels daringly frank on the subject of sex. But as is frequently the case with the most saturnalian comedies, it’s actually quite conservative when it comes to allowing its characters to follow through on their uninhibited talk.
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Village Voice

By Chris Packham
What's remarkable is that despite the sweaty overdetermination of the film's dude-bro interactions and the whole prefabricated concept of performance air sex, the love story has actual depth and sadness.
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New York Post

By Sara Stewart
Love is the weak link in this clumsily titled rom-com, which plays a bit like a hipster infomercial for Austin, Texas.
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By Susan Wloszczyna
Both David-Stahl and Bell are appealing actors but unfortunately their easy-to-relate-to storyline is pretty much upstaged by the rowdy air-sex scenes.
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Slant Magazine

By Diego Costa
Whatever predictable plot the film tries to unfold never lives up to the excitement of its conceptual gimmick.
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58 out of 100
Mixed or average reviews
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