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Fernandez, Jay A. "First Look: Loosely Based on a True Love Story". In: "Premiere" (USA), Vol. 16, Iss. 8, April 2003, Pg. 30+32, (MG)
Gleiberman, Owen. "Alex and Emma - Writer's schlock muddles a romance that's far from novel (D+)". In: "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), Vol. 1, Iss. 716, 27 June 2003, Pg. 112, (MG)
Hornaday, Ann. "Reiner's 'Alex & Emma': Not Much on the Screwball". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 126, Iss. 197, 20 June 2003, Pg. C5, (NP)
Howe, Desson. "Alexs & Emma (PG-13, 96 minutes)". In: "The Washington Post" (USA), Vol. 126, Iss. 197, 20 June 2003, Pg. 44, (NP), (Weekend section)
Travers, Peter. "Alex and Emma: Dostoevsky inspires a lite romantic comedy. Huh? (**)". In: "Rolling Stone" (USA), Vol. 1, Iss. 926, 10 July 2003, Pg. 76, (MG)

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