Mr. Right
Mr. Right (2006)

Harry hates being a TV producer and dreams of leaving his job to travel the world. He loves Alex, an aspiring actor who is struggling to create an identity for himself as a performer. Rugby player William's nine-year-old daughter is… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: February 23, 2006
DVD Release Date: February 2, 2010
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Tom Huddlestone
Time Out

Most disastrous is the script, which carries about as much dramatic weight as an episode of 'Heartbeat'.

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Nicholas Barber
Independent on Sunday

It means well, but it's one of those shoddy, very-low-budget British films that don't merit even a tiny release.

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Kevin Maher
Times (UK)

Mr Right must surely be the first gay movie that manages, by virtue of its overwhelming ineptitude, to be curiously homophobic.

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Edward Porter
Sunday Times (UK)

A patchy film.

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Robert Hanks
Independent (UK)

Despite efforts towards the end to import a little serious sentiment, much of the time it feels as though Mr Right is setting out deliberately to confirm every nasty stereotype about gay men.

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Peter Bradshaw

A perkily performed Soho soap that somehow also manages to be mesmerically depressing.

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Jason Solomons
Observer (UK)

It isn't brave enough to show anyone actually being gay and having sex, but gathers its preening cast around a dinner table to bitch at one another.

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Charlotte O'Sullivan
London Evening Standard

This interminable, Soho-based gay relationship drama is especially marred by the dire acting of Luke de Woolfson, who plays a bad actor.

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Tim Robey
Daily Telegraph (UK)

Wants to be a Sex and the City for the Soho queen scene, only without the sex.

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