The Art of Love
The Art of Love (1965)

Two bohemians come up with a get-rich-quick scheme that goes awray in this comedy scripted by Carl Reiner. Paul (Dick Van Dyke and Casey (James Garner) are two American expatriates living in Paris; Paul is an artist and Casey a writer. Both… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Comedy
Release Date: July 12, 1965
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Time Out

The script's few good ideas are soon flogged to death, although it all becomes interestingly tasteless towards the end.

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Variety Staff
Variety

Writer Carl Reiner and director Norman Jewison go aground by allowing too many bits to fill their pot.

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Eugene Archer
New York Times

Nobody demands probability from a farce, but this one keeps its hapless actors so busy explaining what is going on that they have no time to stay for laughs.

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Film4

Complications arise when Van Dyke returns and discovers Garner's scam. He is not impressed. Neither will you be.

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TIME Magazine

On the back lot at Universal City, Love creates a cardboard Paris and fills it with evidence that 1965 is a dull year abroad.

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TV Guide's Movie Guide

Good cast handles the material well but the film is so bloated with lunacy that it is hard to keep up with.

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