Caffeine
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A cozy coffeehouse serves as the setting for director John Cosgrove's over-caffeinated tale of sexual peccadilloes and complicated relationships starring Mena Suvari, Katherine Heigl, and Breckin Meyer. It's a typical lunch hour in London, and The Black Cat Café is fast filling up with patrons whose sexual lives have become a tangled web of infidelity, kinky idiosyncrasies, and betrayal. Stoned on some of the most potent weed in jolly old England, a neurotic young commitment-phobe attempts to keep his cool when he has an unexpected run-in with his bitter ex-girlfriend. But he's not… More
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"About as appetizing as a pot of dishwater coffee."
‑ Lael Loewenstein, Los Angeles Times
"A witless examination of relationships and day jobs, Cosgrove's would-be comedy finds little humor in issues of infidelity, heartbreak (and bodily functions), resulting in a film that's hopelessly amateurish and creatively destitute."
‑ Emanuel Levy, Variety
"all talk and no action."
‑ David Levine, Filmcritic.com
"The claustrophobic and poorly executed Caffeine is either a play in search of a movie or a movie in search of a play but, either way, it's searching for the wrong thing."
‑ Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter
"Overall, those are 88 minutes I desperately wish I could get back."
‑ Heather Huntington, ReelzChannel.com
"A largely unfunny, predictable, and tired crisscross of any number of lowbrow sitcom plots."
‑ Gary Goldstein, Reel.com
"[An] overly antic coffeehouse comedy."
‑ Scott Foundas, L.A. Weekly
"It's the movie equivalent of lukewarm coffee and day-old cake."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
"While I realize that the sophomoric angst served up here is some people's cup of java, it's artificially sweetened enough to drive me to herbal tea."
‑ Jules Brenner, Cinema Signals
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