London, one year from today... The dogs of England are dying, of "Mad Dog Disease," and Rabbie Burns, young drifter and certified schizophrenic, is hearing voices again - on Underground ...... (Full plot summary below)
London, one year from today... The dogs of England are dying, of "Mad Dog Disease," and Rabbie Burns, young drifter and certified schizophrenic, is hearing voices again - on Underground ...
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Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie RickeyNot only is there no magnetism between Fiennes and Lopez, he's a lead balloon and she's helium-filled. Happily, their odd chemistry doesn't sink this fairy tale.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Ty BurrIt's Lopez who's the proper focus of this dream. So intent has she been on becoming a superstar in the past few years that many people have forgotten that, given decent material, she can act.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by William ArnoldA bit smarter than it seems at first glance, and ends up being a rather colorful and fascinating -- and often imaginatively Capraesque.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertThere won't be a person in the audience who can't guess exactly how it will turn out. Yet it goes through its paces with such skill and charm that, yes, I enjoyed it.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Lisa SchwarzbaumWhen Rock finds his authentic swing as an actor as well as a comedian, he'll be, like, a movie god.
Chicago Reader - 7/10 by Jonathan RosenbaumDespite a continuity problem or two, this is one of those rare contemporary romantic comedies that actually work.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 7/10 by William ArnoldRock, who seems to have studied every nuance of Beatty's Oscar-nominated comic performance -- is surprisingly appealing in what is often a straight role.
Washington Post - 7/10 by Stephen HunterRock is such a consistent delight, and so powerfully amused at the profound pleasure of being Chris Rock, that he shares the wealth with all of us.
Washington Post - 6/10 by Ann HornadayIt's a warm, if pallid, romantic comedy that may not do much more to burnish Lopez's reputation, but will certainly not bruise it.
Salon.com - 6/10 by Stephanie ZacharekThe Weitzes haven't come up with a masterpiece in Down to Earth, but they have put their stamp on a perfectly pleasant 90-minute diversion
Chicago Reader - 6/10 by Jonathan RosenbaumIt's slight but likable, and diverting enough as light entertainment.
Boston Globe - 6/10 by Jay CarrA little too shipshape, too eager to please, not quite as anarchic as the best comedies.