TV Guide

By Ken Fox
The lovely Audrey Tautou and sad-eyed Gad Elmaleh are perfectly cast as a gold digger and the poor sap who loves her, but the real star of Pierre Salvadori's larky, Lubitsch-esque farce is France's impossibly chic Cote d'Azure.
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Wall Street Journal

Calls to mind Lubitsch's "Trouble in Paradise" and beguiles all the way from the parade of umbrellas decorating the opening titles to the closing credits.
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Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
Priceless is a supremely satisfying confection – a French romantic comedy of the sort that ends with you standing outside the theatre with a dopey grin on your face.
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Chicago Tribune

By Michael Phillips
The fetching comedy Priceless”(“Hors de Prix”) weighs about as much as its star, Audrey Tautou, but like Tautou’s pleasingly craven heroine it knows exactly what it’s doing.
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Charlotte Observer

By Lawrence Toppman
The comedy, which verges on farce from time to time, also has the smilingly cynical approach to romance that we identify with the French.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Mick LaSalle
Stop laughing long enough, and you'll see that it's a picture about compromised lives and love for sale. But no one who watches Priceless will stop laughing for that long.
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New York Daily News

Dirty, kinda-rotten scoundrels Elmaleh and Tautou make an engaging pair.
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Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Priceless is a bauble - an art-house diamond made of paste that somehow still gives you good glimmer for the money.
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A farcical romp but, being French, it's hugely glamorous and dripping with style.
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New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Priceless provides lightweight, predictable entertainment that will make you yearn for the Tatou of yesteryear.
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72 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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