London mon amour (Mes amis, mes amours)
London mon amour (Mes amis, mes amours) (2008)

Two divorced men, Mathias and Antoine, become a modern-day odd couple when they move in together in London, along with their two kids. But while establishing house rules is easy, handling relationships with the opposite sex is another… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 19, 2009
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Critic Score: 63% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Sandra Hall
Sydney Morning Herald

With My Friends, My Loves, the French are making an excursion into Richard Curtis country.

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David Stratton
At the Movies (Australia)

Even the luminous Virginie Ledoyen can't bring much to the mediocre proceedings.

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Andrew L. Urban
Urban Cinefile

Flawed and sometimes a bit contrived (like kiddies mouthing wise observations between themselves in precocious but cute mode) the film is nevertheless entertaining

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David Stratton
The Australian

With so many good-looking people seen against so many fetching backgrounds, how could anyone dislike My Friends, My Loves, especially when lovers seem to outnumber friends?

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Liz Graham
FILMINK (Australia)

The sweet story gets overshadowed by strange directorial choices, though the cast support the story well.

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Louise Keller
Urban Cinefile

This entertaining French romantic comedy passes all the tests with its top cast, odd-couple buddy premise and heart rending stories of cupid's impact

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Margaret Pomeranz
At the Movies (Australia)

It made me so angry. The French have an absolute talent for putting phoniness on screen. There is not an honest note in this film.

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Colin Newton
Courier Mail (Australia)

While My Friends, My Loves is not a masterpiece, it sticks to the romantic comedy genre with a French twist.

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Flixster Audience Score: 41% Flixster User Reviews
Janice :d
A cute, heartfelt french comedy. Kudos to Vincent Lindon, great performance.