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The Hollywood Reporter
Weinstock takes you down a well-trod path in romantic comedy, but her characters are smart and funny, the twists are unexpected.
Los Angeles Times
Moreau is this film's irreplaceable epicenter. With her radiant smile and unquenchable spirit, she carries this film on her shoulders, and makes it all look, well, easy.
New York Daily News
The movie ends on exactly the right note, but it hits a lot of bad ones on the way.
TV Guide Magazine
Weinstock's trump is Moreau, a natural-born charmer.
The New York Times
Ms. Weinstock does accomplish something quite tricky, though. She does an impressive job of capturing the brave messiness of single life, or at least of 20-something dating, and her sex scenes have a rare feel of authenticity.
It all feels pretty empty.
Increasingly complicated comic maneuvers turn what should have been a hip look at sexuality into an antsy pic too busy to settle down.
New York Post
Will go down in history as the movie that showed a turtle getting an enema. It also features a hot performance by Marguerite Moreau.
The romantic woes of one attractive, privileged, intellectually overreaching acupuncture enthusiast don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world.
In forced, quirky tedium, it drags us through love triangles, mommy issues and crying jags that make you want to shake this chick.
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