Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
More thoughtful than advertised. And as a confection, it's less sweet and more flavorful than your average wedding cake. [20 June 1997] Read full review
The real casting disaster is Mulroney. His blandness in the role makes it impossible to believe two beautiful women would fight over him. Read full review
Although there are definite lags here, those "glittering" set-pieces are funny enough (at least one is hilarious) to stave off any prolonged yawns. Read full review
Julia Roberts is brighter and spunkier than usual, and Rupert Everett steals the show. Read full review
One of the pleasures of Ronald Bass' screenplay is the way it subverts the usual comic formulas that would fuel a plot like this. Read full review
The film makers understand that it's possible for a romantic comedy to appeal not only to the heart, but to the mind as well. Read full review
Mulroney is a drip with not a milliliter of chemistry with either woman. Roberts doesn't really seem to care about him so much as the fact that life is passing her by. Though, that may be the point. Read full review
Julia Roberts glitters like gold dust, and she is ideally partnered with Rupert Everett, who gives a witty, wicked, bust-out performance. Read full review
This amiable comedy may not be hugely sophisticated, but Hogan does manage to make his attractive leads look like complete idiots, no mean achievement in image-obsessed Hollywood. Read full review
And when [Roberts is] on screen with Mulroney, who seems a frat-house jerk -- all dimples and a perma-tan -- we don't feel much of anything. Read full review
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