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I'll Believe You

By Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 9+

Bland, if sweet, sci-fi comedy.

Movie PG 2007 82 minutes
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Though the actors in this low-budget movie are fine, even momentarily charming, the film suffers from being somewhat boring. The movie does little to make us sympathize or even understand the main character's perspective, so it's hard to feel very invested in the resolution of the plot, as sweet as it might be. Along the way, brief encounters with comic actors Chris Elliott, Ed Helms (of The Office), and Mo Rocca are mildly amusing, but despite the attempt to pack the cast with quirky actors, the plot just doesn't hold up.

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