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Funny, sad, and skeptical in about equal measures, it announces writer-director Dylan Kidd as a filmmaker with a bright future. Read full review
Revives the art of smart, scathing movie conversation as it skewers Manhattan's singles scene while providing a goodly number of laughs. Like its subject, the movie may have its prickly moments, but it's awfully fun to watch. Read full review
Mines laughs from the ways in which its antihero's reductive philosophy consistently goes kerflooey in his face, but there's a weary sadness to it as well. Read full review
Sly, sophisticated and surprising. Read full review
A little too programmed in its despair, but it coasts along on the jagged music of the modern lothario's song. Read full review
All three performances are excellent, in their different ways. Read full review
Clever, exceptionally well-written film. Read full review
Campbell Scott swings at one of the year's juiciest roles and knocks it out of the park. Read full review
The final third is slower until a somewhat contrived finale that's still the funniest thing in the movie. Read full review
The result is a long night of confrontations that feel heavily rehearsed and unlikely. There are some good moments, but I didn't believe any of this. Read full review
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