63

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
While Fienberg's direction is no great shakes, the film showcases its veteran cast.
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50

Philadelphia Inquirer

By Carrie Rickey
Alas, the conceit of a double-dating Grandson and Gramps does not produce a great many laughs in this cringeworthy film.
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50

St. Louis Post-Dispatch

By Joe Williams
Ultimately it's sunk by the hole in the middle: Paul Campbell (presidential aide Billy on "Battlestar Galactica") who substitutes smarm for charm as the archetypal player who gets played.
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50

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
The screenplay, written by first-time director Marc Fienberg, fervently stays true to an ancient sitcom tradition.
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50

Variety

By Dennis Harvey
The comedy's broad perfs, predictable story beats and pro but characterless packaging have a smallscreen feel.
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Undeniably offers cheap laughs, its most receptive audiences will likely be found in retirement-community auditoriums.
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
If you love Viagra jokes, look no further. Otherwise, stay home and find yourself a "Golden Girls" marathon.
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40

Village Voice

This Lifetime-ready comedy is hardly provocative--let alone perceptive, funny, or fresh
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38

Boston Globe

By Janice Page
Fienberg’s film spends most of its time trying to convince us that true love starts when you stop playing games. Then, in the final minutes, it reverses itself and puts gamesmanship back up on another wobbly pedestal. The result is hard to cheer.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
Has all kinds of good intentions, but the comedy is too broad and the pacing is clumsy. And then there's the Andy Griffith sex scene.
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35 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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