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February 19, 2013
I loved it Go back to school America and don't be afraid to lose your job! Enjoyed every moment of that movie! Tom and Julia are the best and all other actors super!
January 08, 2012
While there were some chuckles in this movie and Julia Roberts portrayed her character competently,, this superficial, unimaginative and trite movie was shocking in that it was the work of Tom Hanks who has played so many complex characters with depth and reality. In this movie Tom Hanks couldn't seem to find his footing--was he a diffident, loser-type guy, a confident, revel in life's
December 20, 2011
Funny, a little quirky and a good film with two major stars. Never heard of it before finding it here but definitely worth a watch!
November 26, 2011
August 18, 2011
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With its eager-to-please congeniality, it almost works, but with a pacing that is at once comfortably assured and frustratingly slack, like holding exactly to the speed limit on a stretch of open road, Larry Crowne never quite comes to life. Full Review
Hanks directs with assurance. Perhaps if he had teamed with a more agile writer, less given to cheesy yuck-fests, Larry Crowne would be the nuanced adult love story it aims to be. Full Review
This one coasts by on Hanks' immense appeal and charm, but more focus and a touch more sharpness are needed to make it really come alive. Full Review
Movie stars may be less valued than they used to be, but it's still puzzling to see Tom Hanks and Julia Roberts stuck in a romantic comedy as flat-footed and tone deaf as Larry Crowne. Full Review
Time Out New York
Though both lead actors are able to coast for a while on their natural charm, it's evident by the soppy finale that their "Sleepless in Seattle" and "Pretty Woman" salad days are long past. Full Review