Fish Without a Bicycle
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Fish Without a Bicycle
A newly single woman confronts the perils of both dating and life in California in this independent comedy drama. Jules (Jenna Mattison) is an aspiring actress who has grown disenchanted with her handsome but remote boyfriend, Danny (Brad Rowe). Jules decides to break up with him and lands a role in a play in Los Angeles, where she has to fight off the none-too-subtle advances of her director, Michael (Bryan Callen). As rehearsals go on, Jules finds herself developing an infatuation with her co-star Ben (Brian Austin Green), but she isn't certain if she's ready for a new commitment so… More

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Rotten Tomatoes Score: 10%

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"Although not exactly original in its aspirations or execution, the film's engaging performances and occasional funny moments lift it a notch above the pack of similarly themed fare."
‑ Frank Scheck, Hollywood Reporter
"Brian Austin Green makes his directorial debut with this uneven romantic comedy about a self-absorbed, twentysomething actress searching for Mr. Right -- and a purpose in life."
‑ Robert Dominguez, New York Daily News
"The script is truly schizophrenic, either painfully na´ve or pointedly shocking."
‑ Shirley Sealy, Film Journal International
"Feels like an acting exercise stretched to feature length."
‑ Kevin Crust, Los Angeles Times
"Never rises above the level of a second-rate TV sit-com."
‑ V.A. Musetto, New York Post
"Not only does it take a solid thirty to forty minutes before the audience grows to like any of the characters or even care about Jules's situations, but one ends up more interested in the lives of Danny, Michael, and Ben."
‑ Stina Chyn, Film Threat
"Clunker of a 20-something dramedy."
‑ Kim Morgan, L.A. Weekly
"Strong performances are marred by a script whose dialogue ranges from cheesy to unspeakably bad."
‑ David Ng, Village Voice
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