(I) (2000)

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Metascore

Based on 22 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
63
Boston Globe
Runs dry amid the cactus and sagebrush, but Graham's cartoony take on angelic unstoppableness makes us not mind so much.
63
Philadelphia Inquirer
Krueger's comedy doesn't always spark, but its underlying intelligence - not to mention Graham's eyes - shines through.
63
New York Daily News
Graham is lots of fun to watch, but it's hard to reconcile the split halves of her character.
63
New York Post
Graham is funny and adorable in this endearing little romantic comedy.
63
Charlotte Observer
Writer-director Lisa Krueger bends over backward to make everyone happy.
61
Mr. Showbiz
There's a sense of life to Committed that's unpredictable and sweet, but too much of it is cluttered with lazy shortcuts.
50
Rolling Stone
It's a one-joke premise that ultimately wears thin, but Krueger works some playful variations on a theme.
50
San Francisco Chronicle
It's a fizzle as as comedy. Still, the film has character.
50
San Francisco Examiner
Works as a quixotic study of emotional quirks.
42
Entertainment Weekly
An inert screwball cartoon, a celebration of monogamy as fashion statement.
38
Chicago Tribune
One more movie comedy about how love can turn you into an idiot. And its major flaw, among many others, is that the idiocy takes over the movie.

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