The Right Kind of Wrong
The Right Kind of Wrong (2014)

In Jeremiah S. Chechik's romantic comedy The Right Kind of Wrong, everyone knows Leo (Ryan Kwanten) has many faults because his estranged wife has devoted a popular blog to detailing his failings. That does not stop him from attempting… More

Rated: R
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Release Date: May 20, 2014
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Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times

"The Right Kind of Wrong" works often in spite of its willful eccentricities.

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Bruce Demara
Toronto Star

A pleasantly diverting romantic comedy.

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Jesse Knight
Movie Mezzanine

Skeletally standard rom-com fare, but its incessant self-reflexive schematic boldly, and wrongfully, suggests it has bigger ideas to make about love and relationships.

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Sherrie Li
Village Voice

Jeremiah Chechick's The Right Kind of Wrong has more wrong than right and plays like an ode to testicle jokes.

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Peter Debruge
Variety

There are even a few physical gags -- including one involving a slingshot, a hang glider and a precarious arrangement of pastries -- that may as well be lifted from another century.

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Witney Seibold
Nerdist

As the film progresses, and it becomes more and more heavily focused on the inevitable romantic linking of the male and female leads (including some late-film plot machinations that could have been left out), it loses steam and starts to feel perfunctory.

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Simon Houpt
Globe and Mail

[Director Jeremiah Chechik] imposes a stiff pace on the proceedings, toggling between broad physical comedy that aches for a laugh track and oddball moments of genuine whimsy.

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Todd Jorgenson
Cinemalogue.com

Logic and authenticity are thrown out the window in this predictable romantic comedy.

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Sheila O'Malley
RogerEbert.com

"The Right Kind of Wrong" is the kind of comedy that asks an audience to find borderline-stalking behavior charming.

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