Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Burns has created an endearing gathering of people we all know, and every one of them is so much fun that leaving the theater at the end elicits a touch of regret. Read full review
You don't have to be Catholic, or Irish, or even American, to "get it." Burns' language, despite originating on Long Island, is universal in appeal and meaning. Read full review
The women's characters are as well drawn as the men's in a splendidly acted film that captures the confusion of love in ways that are ardent, affecting and wonderfully funny. Read full review
The movie brings into focus how rare religion and spirituality are in American films. Read full review
A clever, amiably low-key mix of family drama and romantic comedy.[18 August 1995, Friday, p.C] Read full review
This meaty Irish stew isn't arty or elliptical. It ought to connect with anyone who's survived sibling tension or romantic fence-sitting. [9 August 1995, Life, p.5D] Read full review
The romantic troubles of three Irish-Catholic brothers on Long Island don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world. Read full review
Respectable by the tube's standards, even a cut above dumbed-down Hollywood, but hardly the stuff of creative renewal. Read full review
Solid, old-fashioned narrative moviemaking with just enough no-budget cachet to disguise its essential blandness. Read full review
This is, recognizably, an indie film, in the best sense of the term. Read full review
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