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New York Daily News
Everything you might want in a road movie: an off-the-cuff sense of adventure, a winningly scruffy charm and a whip-smart sense of humor.
So unambiguously good-natured it feels like something fresh.
The A.V. Club
Every time the pace starts to flag, it coughs up one hilarious left-field interlude after another.
San Francisco Chronicle
A picture so infectious it almost seems original.
Who would have thought a German comedy could be light, charming and devoid of intellectual snobbery?
New York Post
Never less than breezily entertaining.
Highly engaging, beautifully played romancer.
The New York Times
Mr. Akin pursues his happy, silly love story without embarrassment, and In July is ultimately more endearing than irritating.
TV Guide Magazine
If nothing else, this utterly charming -- if ultimately inconsequential -- road picture proves that there is such a thing as German romantic comedy.
A nimbler approach to border crossing, German-born director Fatih Akin's In July resembles a shaggier "Serendipity," with a similar moony conflation of coincidence and destiny.
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