Russian Doll
Russian Doll (2001)

Most people fall in love and get married, but one man does it the other way around in this romantic comedy from Australia. Harvey (Hugo Weaving) is a private detective who derives the bulk of his work from unhappily married people wanting… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: April 6, 2001
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Critic Score: 48% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Cary Darling
Miami Herald

A breezy pleasure.

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Desmond Ryan
Philadelphia Inquirer

A tone of lame amiability doesn't compensate for lack of invention.

Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

There's a charm in these romantic developments that overcomes all its staleness.

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Malcolm Ritter
Associated Press

A talky, plodding romantic comedy in which the viewer is just waiting for the obvious plot twist to happen. And when it does, it's too unconvincing to feel satisfying.

Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

Suffers from a slow-paced, contrived script.

Michael Szymanski

Slightly campy, intriguing and fun!

Kevin Thomas
Los Angeles Times

Quickly becomes silly and tedious.

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Jan Stuart

It conceals beneath its amiable ethnic facade a diminished version of every generic boy-meets-girl trifle to come out of Hollywood.

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Ted Murphy

Weaving is wonderful as always but the real surprise is Novikova who displays a quirky charm and movie star charisma in her first lead role.

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Kevin M. Williams
For many of us Yanks there's little experience with the world of film from the land down under (unless a film breaks the ranks and becomes a international… More