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A drunken playboy stands to lose a wealthy inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn't like.... (Full plot summary below)

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A drunken playboy stands to lose a wealthy inheritance when he falls for a woman his family doesn't like.

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Playboy Online - 9/10 by Stephen RebelloAlthough his gear-loose, party guy style fits the role, Brand's stamp on Arthur is good for some mild laughs but not much else.
Sarasota Herald-Tribune - 9/10 by Christopher LloydRussell Brand creates a distinctive character based on his own persona, rather than trying to mimic Dudley Moore. He is by turns hilarious and touching, with an inner core of sweetness we haven't seen from him before.
IGN Movies - 9/10 by Jim VejvodaWhen Arthur works, it can be very funny ... But there's something missing at the heart of this rather sloppily-assembled remake, a bit of Big Apple bite to complement the story's overall fairy tale nature.
BrianOrndorf.com - 9/10 by Brian OrndorfIt's difficult to believe in Arthur, to root for his well-being after enduring 100 minutes of tepidly scripted buffoonery and shrill improvisation. Arthur doesn't need love, he needs a ball gag.
Star-Democrat (Easton, MD) - 9/10 by Greg MakiThere is no real reason for this movie to exist, but with Brand's winning star turn, it's likable and its heart is in the right place.
Seattle Times - 9/10 by Moira MacDonaldIt's pretty faithful to the original, which is to say that there's not much there other than a wispy and frequently drunken fairy tale.
Time Out - 9/10 by Joshua RothkopfThe original film, for all its zaniness, existed in a recognizable Koch-era metropolis, one that paradoxically added to our hero's likable haze of denial. This time, the town is far shinier (what recession?).
Oregonian - 8/10 by Mike RussellA tired story full of pratfalls, barn-broad gags, cartoonish stuffed shirts, and the exact same story beats you've seen in a million rom-coms, right down to the wedding-aisle confrontation.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertRussell Brand takes on a thankless task and earns at least some thanks.
Slate - 8/10 by Dana StevensIf you get caught between the moon and New York City--or even just between two movies at the multiplex--the best that you can do is skip this one.

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