Doesn't have the negative qualities of many big-studio romantic comedies, but it doesn't quite take flight.
Ed ParkVillage Voice
The leads smooth over the plot holes endemic to all 4D fables, making the movie more than mere déjà vu.
Lou LumenickNew York Post
This is an overlong film interesting chiefly for its performances.
Jami BernardNew York Daily News
D'Onofrio is a natural for the role of a romantic who just may be a freak. A highly physical actor, he ranges between sweetly awkward and a candidate for the kind of mental hospital shown in "Session 9."
The actors make a good team in this film, and they're playing well-defined characters, but the script is so repetitive that we get mighty impatient for the mystery to be resolved.