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Based on 19 Reviews
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  • 75
    Ruthe Stein San Francisco Chronicle

    Both actors are so appealing, you root for the inevitable meeting to happen somewhere in the vicinity of Wonderland. show more

  • 63
    James Berardinelli ReelViews

    There are times when, as diverting as it can be, Next Stop, Wonderland feels like a lengthy prologue to an as-yet unmade film. show more

  • 63
    Liam Lacey The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

    The characters in Wonderland show an intelligent complexity and sharpness of contemporary observation that transcends romantic-comedy clichés. show more

  • 50
    David Sterritt Christian Science Monitor

    The movie gains a few points for its colorfully filmed Boston background and bright bossa-nova music. But it's filmed in a fake-spontaneous style that's as stale and artificial as the relationships between the characters. show more

  • 70
    Ken Fox TV Guide

    Anderson pulls it off, thanks in large part to his witty writing, punchy editing and a likable supporting cast. show more

  • 67
    Marjorie Baumgarten Austin Chronicle

    The premise works despite its inbred hokiness due to Anderson's sure direction and the lovely central performances of Hope Davis and Alan Gelfant. show more

  • 83
    Lisa Schwarzbaum Entertainment Weekly

    Anderson brings compassion to his amused sense of yuppie tragicomedy, as he does to his nuanced understanding of Boston, the setting of this appealing fairy tale. show more

  • 90
    Kenneth Turan Los Angeles Times

    Smart and beguiling, it manages the impressive feat of believing wholeheartedly in the power of love without checking its mind at the door. show more

  • 90
    The New Yorker

    Unlike the heavy-handed "Good Will Hunting," this gifted-Boston-misfit romance floats, adroitly mixing thoughtfulness, farce, and surprise. show more

  • 80
    Ella Taylor L.A. Weekly

    Anderson and co-writer Lyn Vaus have a wonderfully light touch with dialogue both comic and sad, and Davis is the perfect mirror for the movie's gracefully shifting moods, and its soulful bossa nova score. show more

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