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Metascore

Based on 27 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
68
Mr. Showbiz
Works best as romantic melodrama and is least convincing as a psychological suspenser.
63
Boston Globe
There's no Passion in this psychological drama.
50
Chicago Sun-Times
By the ending of the film, which is unconvincingly neat, I was distracted by too many questions to care about the answers.
50
San Francisco Chronicle
At its most interesting, and a bit frightening, when Moore starts to get a little loony. Too bad they didn't follow through and make this more of a psychological thriller than a melodrama.
50
USA Today
Pretty hard to buy into at all.
50
New York Daily News
Leaves the viewer exhausted, jet-lagged from the effort of investing equally in competing story lines.
50
Chicago Tribune
It's pretty muddle-headed and confusing.
50
New York Post
A shallow, stilted romantic thriller.
38
Philadelphia Inquirer
It's too gauzy, and - with its Ron Bass script - too goopy by half.
33
Entertainment Weekly
Nobody's got a clue. Enquiring minds don't even want to know.
20
Rolling Stone
An indigestible chunk of romantic marshmallow.

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