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Two tabloid reporters checking out a report of the Archangel Michael living with an old woman find that it's true. But that's not the only surprise.... (Full plot summary below)

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Two tabloid reporters checking out a report of the Archangel Michael living with an old woman find that it's true. But that's not the only surprise.

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Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Kevin ThomasDirector Nora Ephron and her co-writers, sister Delia plus Pete Dexter and Jim Quinlan (the latter two wrote the original story), bring a smart contemporary sensibility to the hokum, hilarity and heart-tugging that have made for many a classic Hollywood entertainment.
Chicago Sun-Times - 8/10 by Roger EbertMichael doesn't set up big drama or punch up big moments. It ambles.
Chicago Reader - 7/10 by Jonathan RosenbaumBefore this turns to total mush, it's a quirky, fitfully effective fantasy periodically enlivened by the cast.
ReelViews - 6/10 by James BerardinelliIt's a little too low-key to be an effective romance and a little too soft to be anything more ambitious. Ultimately, it's neither offensive nor horrible; it's just another unspectacular, uninspired entry on Nora Ephron's erratic resume.
The New York Times - 6/10 by Stephen HoldenThe movie is so busy applying cute touches to everything and everybody that it forgets to devote enough attention to the souls Michael has come down to save.
Christian Science Monitor - 5/10 by David SterrittNora Ephron's comedy tries to be sweet, hip, innocent, and sophisticated all at the same time, and it doesn't take long for these contradictory goals to cancel one another out.
The Globe and Mail (Toronto) - 5/10 by Rick GroenBut wouldn't it be heavenly if a like proportion of Tinseltown producers believed in an existing need for a good script. Because this one ain't good; in fact, it's hellishly mediocre, the kind that aims for holiday charm and settles for workaday torpor.
San Francisco Examiner - 5/10 by Barbara ShulgasserThe best movie she ever directed was "This Is My Life," a biting comedy she also wrote that was soundly defeated by both critics and audiences. I think she's lost her nerve and her edge ever since.
Empire - 4/10 by Caroline WestbrookThe script is clichéd and uninspired, the tone veering uneasily between unamusing comedy and over-sincere drama, all theological issues are weakly circumvented and the characters hardly relate to each other, let alone to any of their onscreen activities.
USA Today - 4/10 by Susan WloszczynaThe director, Nora Ephron, displays her peerless gift for making everything seem snappy and mushy at the same time, and Travolta's performance has a slovenly, I-can-do-anything-and-you'll-still-love-me obnoxiousness.

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