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The Hollywood Reporter
The sometimes forced if well-intentioned social proselytizing is alleviated by the well-drawn relationships among the central characters.
Los Angeles Times
A sweet, sincere, yet ultimately tepid story.
Ross's on-the-nose script offers little subtext or nuance, and the film—for all the inherent drama of the situation—has very little real-life grit.
A romantic-comedy melodrama that’s too gentle by half.
The New York Times
In a better movie you might play along with contrived plot twists and fake obstacles, but watching I Do, a movie with thin characters and a languorous pace, you find yourself talking back to the screen.
New York Post
Someday, when gay Americans enjoy full equality, we can all hope their sexuality will finally stop being used as fodder for dopey, hopelessly contrived dramas like I Do.
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