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Everybody Loves Somebody doesn’t reinvent the rom-com, but it manages to take the formula, shake it up a bit, and come up with something that feels fresh and inventive.
The setup is commonplace, but the scenery is delicious, the dialogue refreshingly tart and the keen supporting cast frisky or affecting, as the occasion demands.
Breezily bounces back and forth from Baja to Los Angeles, and it’s a pleasant diversion, on both sides of the border.
Everybody may lack depth, but it often compensates with raucous humor.
Village Voice
Everybody Loves Somebody won’t reinvent the (third) wheel, but the knowing dialogue and convincingly human characters are a refreshing break from the norm and worthy of your attention.

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