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Another failed [[Jennifer Aniston]] romcom effort, this time in which she's destined to end up with a self-help guru - "a really slimy, despicable, decrepit, unpleasant character" - who the film wants you to like but who in fact is a completely objectionable dillhole.
 
Another failed [[Jennifer Aniston]] romcom effort, this time in which she's destined to end up with a self-help guru - "a really slimy, despicable, decrepit, unpleasant character" - who the film wants you to like but who in fact is a completely objectionable dillhole.
  
The films was so bad that at least two of the [[other opinions are also available|other critics]] at the press screening [[walking out|walked out]]. Mark felt that he was with them in spirit, but he and [[James King]] stayed until the bitter end - and never has "bitter" had more emphasis.
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The films was so bad that at least two of the [[other opinions are also available|other critics]] at the press screening [[walking out|walked out]]. Mark felt that he was with them in spirit, but, to prove a point, he and [[James King]] stayed until the bitter end of the credits - and never has "bitter" had more emphasis.

Latest revision as of 11:19, 14 April 2018

"It's just mortifyingly dull from beginning to end" - Mark Kermode, BBC Radio 5 Live

Another failed Jennifer Aniston romcom effort, this time in which she's destined to end up with a self-help guru - "a really slimy, despicable, decrepit, unpleasant character" - who the film wants you to like but who in fact is a completely objectionable dillhole.

The films was so bad that at least two of the other critics at the press screening walked out. Mark felt that he was with them in spirit, but, to prove a point, he and James King stayed until the bitter end of the credits - and never has "bitter" had more emphasis.