Friends & Lovers
Friends & Lovers (1999)

After receiving an invitation to spend a weekend at a ski resort, a group of male and female friends takes the opportunity to sift through their possible romances and underlying attractions in this farcical comedy. Stephen Baldwin, Danny… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: April 16, 1999
DVD Release Date: August 19, 2003
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Critic Score: 7% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Lael Loewenstein

Writer-director George Haas' debut feature offers nothing as it strains to be funny and provocative.

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Dennis Lim
Village Voice

A movie that operates on a level of such staggering ineptitude that its very existence is offensive.

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Anthony Miele
Film Threat

At least Alison Eastwood and Suzanne Cryer are good at getting naked.

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Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle

A cold, stupid bore about people with no goodness, just geniality; no inner life, just impulses.

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

An inept farce with the mentality of a tittering 15-year-old boy peering under the bedcovers with a flashlight.

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Greg Muskewitz

The gags and situations are but repetitions and variations on dull, ribaldly worn and reject elementary Farrelly Brothers scribing.

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Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times

This movie is not merely bad, but incompetent. I get tapes in the mail from 10th graders that are better made than this.

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Sandra Contreras
TV Guide

This charmless ensemble comedy starts out amiably enough, but quickly succumbs to the triple handicap of poor direction, a badly written script and some alarmingly excessive performances.

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Dan Jardine
Apollo Guide

[An] early contender for most inept comedy and worst film of the year.

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Conner Rainwater
For the most part it's a completely worthless movie, but it does contain the complete and utter brilliance of RDJ as Hans. His character is amazing and one… More