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|Release Date Couples Retreat Oct 9, 2009 Wide Genres Couples Retreat : Comedy|
|Total Vote User Couples Retreat : Visitor|
|User Ranting Couples Retreat : 3.1|
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|User Count Like for Couples Retreat : 275,985|
|All Critics Ranting For Couples Retreat : 3.6|
|All Critics Count For Couples Retreat : 156|
|All Critics Percentage For Couples Retreat : 11 %|
Actors For Couples Retreat
|Vince Vaughn,Jason Bateman,Faizon Love,Jon Favreau,Malin Akerman,Kristen Bell,Kristin Davis,Kali Hawk,Tasha Smith,Carlos Ponce,Peter Serafinowicz,Jean Reno,Temuera Morrison,Jonna Walsh,Gattlin Griffith,Colin Baiocchi,Vernon Vaughn,Jersey Jim,Paul Boese,Phillip Jordan|
Couples Retreat Movie Review
|Why couldn't Couples Retreat have been lighthearted and zany throughout, instead of trying to push across a message about picket-fence monogamy? |
Dan Zak-Washington Post
Expectations of farce are stymied by long stretches of mid-life navel gazing.
Trevor Johnston-Time Out
It's too easy to say that Peter Billingsley shot his eye out with this inept comic trifle, but...well, he shot his eye out.
Keith Uhlich-Time Out New York
This is one of those films, like last week's Whip It and so many others of late, that looks like it was a lot fun to make. It's just not all that much fun to watch.
Tom Long-Detroit News
There are also scenes, the disjointed kind that wander off aimlessly in the vague hope of finding a movie, not to mention a laugh.
Rick Groen-Globe and Mail
Couples Retreat is a comedy of exhaustion. But it is the comedy itself, in both concept and execution, that seems tired.
A.O. Scott-New York Times
A Tyler Perry movie for white folks.
Couples Retreat is a lazy, unimaginative comedy that, with the talent on show, should have been a whole lot more than another boring rom-com to throw on the pile.
Sam Bathe-Fan The Fire
...an utterly incompetent comedic affair...
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
A bit of a guilty pleasure. But, most of the humor falls flat. Interesting that it's a Vince Vaughn vehicle that doesn't give Vaughn enough to do. Paul Chambers, CNN.
full review at Movies for the Masses
Joseph Proimakis-Movies for the Masses
Instead of being a sharp, witty comedy about married couples experiencing vacation therapy together, it's more of a pinheads-in-paradise routine with only a few funny lines.
Bruce Bennett-Spectrum (St. George, Utah)
It's some kind of trick when a film can make Jason Bateman look unsubtle.
Cynthia Fuchs-Nitrate Online
Somewhere in all of this, there is the potential for a pretty good comedy, but this movie isn't it.
Peter T. Chattaway-Christianity Today
The vapid couples become sniping or sarcastic chunks of white blandness even sharks would spit back up. A kind of bad video-game romance-comedy: 2D characters, flat dialogue, an exotic backdrop, and lame new levels of relationship challenges.
Brian Gibson-Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
Couples is so formulaic, so fake and relentlessly bland, it's hard to care if any of these pairings get a divorce, drown or are eaten by sharks. It has neither the ring of truth nor the fun of fantasy.
Cosmo Landesman-Times [UK]
Jon Favreau and Vince Vaughn, wrote the witless script, so have only themselves to blame.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
The debutant director is done no favours by a screenplay from Vince Vaughn and Jon Favreau which gives him little to play with and them few chances to shine as actors.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
A patchwork collection of derivative gags and relationship drama that seems leftover from old 'thirtysomething' episodes.
Stephen Silver-The Trend
Retreat as quickly as possible.
Charles Koplinski-Illinois Times
For all its visual splendor, to say nothing of its likable cast, the movie never feels as liberating as its locale.
Matt Brunson-Creative Loafing
Couples Retreat comes across as a movie that was made... because it was felt that if the right buttons were pushed, this might make money.
Daniel M. Kimmel-New England Movies Weekly
That the wonderful French actor Jean Reno plays the therapist is a sign that his agent is not doing a good enough job finding him film roles in American movies.
Lori Hoffman-Atlantic City Weekly
This couples-in-conflict comedy starts strongly but then slips into the turquoise water of paradise lost.
John Wirt-Advocate (Baton Rouge, LA)
Bora Bora was a beautiful location to film at and added that much needed taste of paradise to a rather bitter sweet subject of a troubled marriage.
Jolene Mendez-Entertainment Spectrum
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