60

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Labine and Punch invest their performances with enough anarchic comic inventiveness and genuine chemistry to make their characters’ courtship and relationship issues funnily entertaining.
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60

The New York Times

By Neil Genzlinger
There’s nothing sophisticated or groundbreaking here, but the movie is a moderately good entry in the bro-grows-up genre.
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58

The Playlist

By Kevin Jagernauth
Someone Marry Barry is a reasonably entertaining argument that good performers can enliven weak material.
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50

The Dissolve

By Nick Schager
The way the film hews to tiresome conventions is itself a buzzkill, but worse is its sheer lack of energy, as Pearlstein stages serious and/or heartfelt conversations that go on twice as long as necessary and treat the characters as more than the two-dimensional caricatures they actually are.
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38

RogerEbert.com

But because the movie is at heart as fake-sentimental as any other such motion picture, or greeting card, or what have you, there's a lot of backpedaling after, say, a random attempt to milk laughs out of human trafficking.
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52 out of 100
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