Loosies (2012)

A young New York pickpocket Bobby (Peter Facinelli) is confronted by a woman (Jamie Alexander) with whom he has a passionate one-night affair. She tells him she's pregnant, and Bobby is forced to reevaluate a lifetime of missteps, take… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: January 11, 2012
DVD Release Date: March 13, 2012
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Critic Score: 24% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
John DeFore
Hollywood Reporter

Making romance a big part of the mix dooms a movie already saddled with one of the worst titles in recent memory.

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Rex Reed
New York Observer

Not a great movie, but satisfying enough to hold attention and win your affection -- a rare blue-plate combo on today's overcrowded menu of movie chaos that sticks to your ribs and stays there.

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Yasmin Shehab

Loosies is, despite the awful name which refers to cigarettes being bought as singles, pretty entertaining.

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Kyle Smith
New York Post

Romantic comedies are often as contrived and irritating as "Loosies," but few feature a lead character so lacking in appeal.

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Nick Schager
Village Voice

Loosies has a bevy of colorful character actors -- from Michael Madsen and William Forsythe to Vincent Gallo and Joe Pantoliano -- but little character.

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Renee Schonfeld
Common Sense Media

Violent redemption tale has mature themes, profanity.

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Ronnie Scheib

Facinelli's transformation from feckless charmer to committed caretaker seems contrived, leaving the film feeling like a series of stitched-together scenes with little internal drive.

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Manohla Dargis
New York Times

An amorphous, laugh-flecked drama about a New York City pickpocket that mostly comes across as a feature-length advertisement for its likable star and writer, Peter Facinelli.

James Luxford
The National (UAE)

a very transparent vehicle for Facinelli

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Considering that this movie had the two biggest B-movie kings (Michael Madsen, and William Forsythe), should have been my first clue that is was going to be… More
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It's not the worst romantic comedy out there, but it's too familiar, stupid, and cliched to really make it worth watching. We know where the… More