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"[A] screwball comedy of sexual confusion....It captures the neurotic absorption of a class of academic and literary New Yorkers who put enormous stock in precisely verbalizing every opinion and emotion..."New York Times "[Elizabeth Reaser] has a bloom that recalls Debra Winger in her playful prime." -- Grade: B-Entertainment Weekly 3 stars out of 5 -- "Shades of recent Woody Allen and any number of low-budget, New York-set quirky-coms are to be found in this gently amusing film..."Empire34.94305

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[T]he cast keep it zinging along to the Kleenex-ready conclusion."Empire34.7028

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"AN AMERICAN AFFAIR is fresh, earthy and open....Bright plays Adam not as a tortured adolescent but as an even-tempered boy on whom the world's realities are gradually dawning..."Washington Post30.40699

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3 stars out of 5 -- "[With] slick retrostyling and a stellar support cast..."Total Film25.77483

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"...Stylish entertainment and smartass fun..." Rolling Stone "...Levien's script builds tension along nicely..." Sight and Sound "...Puts us right inside the psychological rush of the game....Makes gambling fever palpable..." -- Rating: B Entertainment Weekly "...Mischievously entertaining....Jean-Yves Escoffier contributes deep-hued evocative cinematography to the overall dark allure..."New York Times0.3844134

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"...Stylish entertainment and smartass fun..."Rolling Stone "...Levien's script builds tension along nicely..."Sight and Sound "...Puts us right inside the psychological rush of the game....Makes gambling fever palpable..." -- Rating: BEntertainment Weekly "...Mischievously entertaining....Jean-Yves Escoffier contributes deep-hued evocative cinematography to the overall dark allure..."New York Times0.3844134

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"...Stylish entertainment and smartass fun..."Rolling Stone "...Levien's script builds tension along nicely..."Sight and Sound "...Puts us right inside the psychological rush of the game....Makes gambling fever palpable..." -- Rating: BEntertainment Weekly "...Mischievously entertaining....Jean-Yves Escoffier contributes deep-hued evocative cinematography to the overall dark allure..."New York Times0.3844134

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"...Stylish entertainment and smartass fun..."Rolling Stone "...Levien's script builds tension along nicely..."Sight and Sound "...Puts us right inside the psychological rush of the game....Makes gambling fever palpable..." -- Rating: BEntertainment Weekly "...Mischievously entertaining....Jean-Yves Escoffier contributes deep-hued evocative cinematography to the overall dark allure..."New York Times0.3844134

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"...Inventive....Many amusing moments and a fine central performance..."Sight and Sound "...Frenetic..." USA Today "...An intriguing premise and an appealing lead performance by Theresa Randle..."Variety "...In its star, Theresa Randle, Lee has a talented actress who can project the warmth, vulnerability and sensitivity needed for audience involvement..."Los Angeles Times0.2883101

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"More drawn to the profane than to the sacred, Mr. Wain and his co-writer, Ken Marino, achieve periodic comic transcendence..."New York Times "Wain uses the Commandments to create a variety-pack satire of adult mores and manners. It's like early Woody Allen crossed with late Bunuel." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly0.2402584

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"More drawn to the profane than to the sacred, Mr. Wain and his co-writer, Ken Marino, achieve periodic comic transcendence..."New York Times "Wain uses the Commandments to create a variety-pack satire of adult mores and manners. It's like early Woody Allen crossed with late Bunuel." -- Grade: B+Entertainment Weekly0.2402584

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