70

Village Voice

By Chris Packham
Writer-director Josh Boone populates Stuck in Love with smart characters breaking from emotional holding patterns of varying contours.
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63

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
This romantic dramedy tries to cram enough plot twists for a season’s worth of TV episodes into an hour and a half, but is still worthwhile for its fine performances, including the best work that Greg Kinnear and Jennifer Connelly have done in quite a while.
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63

Movie Nation

By Roger Moore
It’s just romantic enough and barely funny enough to qualify as a romantic comedy. But it works, despite never being graceful or unstuck enough to take flight.
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60

Total Film

The ending may be a little too tidy and obvious, but this is a sweet little study of the right royal mess people can make of relationships when they let their own neuroses take over, and a warm tribute to overcoming them.
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60

The Telegraph

By Tim Robey
It’s a thoroughly warm diversion, whose lapses into cliché only make it cosier.
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60

Empire

By Helen O'Hara
It’s no masterpiece, but this is a promising debut from Boone and a good showcase for his entire cast.
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60

Time Out New York

The movie’s not especially urgent or inventive, but it has small moments of grace.
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60

The Hollywood Reporter

By John DeFore
Endearing performances buoy predictable film about love in the wake of divorce.
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50

Slant Magazine

By Andrew Schenker
The movie aims for an admirable balance, but fatally upsets that equilibrium in its hurried resolutions.
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40

The Guardian

By Peter Bradshaw
The sharp edges of the story are sentimentally sanded down; there's a fair bit of slush, and it's a pretty quaint view of what writers and a writer's life are actually like.
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49 out of 100
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