Best Sellers

critic Reviews

, 52% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Tim RobeyDaily Telegraph (UK)
    As an undemanding pas de deux, it's sweet enough.
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    Danny LeighFinancial Times
    Rather than bounce off each other, Plaza and Caine slide defeated side-by-side down the face of the movie.
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    Marsha LedermanGlobe and Mail
    Clichés abound and you think you know where this is going. But in her feature debut, Canadian director Lina Roessler manages some genuine surprises.
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    Rex ReedObserver
    If there's a central message we should take home and think about, it eludes me.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    Roessler's debut is an enjoyable diversion even though Anthony Grieco's screenplay could have been more pointed about the publishing industry.
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    Chris VognarSan Francisco Chronicle
    There's not much to recommend here besides Caine.
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    Brian VinerDaily Mail (UK)
    Off the top of my head I could name 20 better odd-couple generation-gap movies.
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    Nicola AustinWe Have a Hulk
    Best Sellers is a charming but formulaic comedy-drama which wholly benefits from Aubrey Plaza and Michael Caine's touching performances
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    Todd GilchristWhatToWatch
    If Lina Roessler's debut is undertaken with the kind of sensitivity and tenderness that suggests a connection to the material that's more than skin deep, she lacks the precision to extract greater substance from its assembly of familiar tropes.
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    Michael MedvedThe Michael Medved Show
    A clumsy effort at comedic melodrama that attempts to tug the heartstrings in a manipulative and misguided manner...
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