Friends with Kids Reviews

  • Friends with Kids
    • Genre : Drama, Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 100 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Lionsgate Films
    • Official Site :
    • Reviews Rate
      Go! Watch this movie. You'll regret if not seeing it.

    • Readers Rate
      4 of 5

Movie Reviews

  • with enough buoyant romance to satisfy audiences drawn to starry-eyed love stories and hopeful endings
    3 of 4 by Claudia Puig [USA Today ]
  • when the film finally fades out, you may find yourself worrying about their child
    by Rafer Guzman [Newsday ]
  • well-paced and impressively polished, the movie shuttles us through major life moments with easygoing confidence
    3 of 5 by Elizabeth Weitzman [New York Daily News ]
  • this formulaic indie might be hyped into modest theatrical business before finding its niche in home-viewing formats
    by Alissa Simon [Variety ]
  • the movie is a lot more fun when they're with these friends, but that's really only at the very beginning and briefly towards the end
    by Edward Douglas [ ]
  • the funny wheel-spinning is replaced with just going through the motions
    by Melissa Anderson [Village Voice ]
  • the childish stuff is unnecessary in a comedy for adults
    Review rate : B+ by Lisa Schwarzbaum [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • presenting us with life in all of its vibrant, messy sprawl
    3.5 of 4 by Peter Travers [Rolling Stone ]
  • mixes dramatic intensity with effortless naturalism that makes the film so charming
    by Rex Reed [New York Observer ]
  • its groove but steadily accumulates heart and humor
    by David Rooney [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • it's too tame for the whooping crowds of women who made hits of the Sex and the City movies and Bridesmaids
    2 of 4 by Liam Lacey [Globe and Mail ]
  • goes on a beat or two too long, and lands in the obvious place, but it's filled with smarts and laughs and passion
    Review rate : B+ by Tom Long [Detroit News ]
  • give you a few big laughs, a little cry, and a sporadic shiver of recognition
    by David Edelstein [New York Magazine ]
  • for all of the hilarious, raunchy talk and contemporary feel, though, in the second half the movie gets stuck in some well-worn "When Harry and Sally Met Parenthood" grooves
    3 of 4 by Kyle Smith [New York Post ]
  • as a result, boast a disappointingly underwhelming final 20 minutes - with the fake break-up-inspired final stretch coming off as needless and unnecessary
    3 of 4 by David Nusair [Reel Film Reviews ]
  • a better film around the edges, the central couple in "The Switch" is funnier, better acted and way more romantically plausible
    by Andrew O'Hehir [ ]

Reader's Reviews

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