67

Austin Chronicle

In its own peculiar way, What Love Is is a testament to the redemptive power of words. Thankfully, Callahan knows to keep it short and sweet, lest his audience go mad from the noise.
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30

Variety

Picture looks and sounds like an Off Off Broadway play.
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25

San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Hartlaub
An acquired taste.
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20

Chicago Reader

By Andrea Gronvall
Romantic comedies should never be this exhausting. Despite a few good zingers, Mars Callahan's vitriolic take on the sexes sinks under the weight of its secondhand psychobabble and smug apercus.
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10

L.A. Weekly

Actor-writer-director Mars Callahan's diarrheal 10-character rant about modern relationships sounds like it was researched by eavesdropping on the restroom chatter at a high school prom.
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0

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

By Sean Axmaker
It's a shrill cacophony of puerile clichés about men and women and sex, delivered in adrenaline-driven harangues and arrogant lectures. When the stage clears, all that's left is the unpleasant odor of all that hot air.
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0

The Hollywood Reporter

The problem is that if Callahan spent even a week writing this script, he wasted four good days. The dialogue, characters and situations are distressingly bad.
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0

Los Angeles Times

Devotes itself to inflicting serious pain upon innocent moviegoers who wander into what is perhaps the single most poorly conceived and ineptly executed movie released to theaters in quite some time.
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14 out of 100
Overwhelming dislike
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