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  • Summary: This comedy of errors finds twin brothers battling for the attention of the same woman.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 11
  2. Negative: 1 out of 11
  1. 63
    Hotel de Love is a pleasant and sometimes funny film, without being completely satisfying.
  2. Hotel de Love, the directing and screenwriting debut of Craig Rosenberg, is like a Valentine's Day box of heart-shaped chocolates that all have the same too-sweet cherry fillings.
  3. 60
    It's glossy, dumb fun that is diverting enough but forgotten 20 minutes after it's over.
  4. Some of it looks like a TV commercial, and the characters' motivations could have been generated by a computer, but the cast--Ray Barrett, Julia Blake, Simon Bossell, Saffron Burrows, Pippa Grandison, and Aden Young--is attractive and energetic.
  5. 50
    And, while it's not bad enough for me to suggest that it should have been left where it came from, this certainly isn't a shining example of Australian cinema.
  6. Reviewed by: Staff(not credited)
    Writer/director Craig Rosenberg is no master of subtlety -- in fact, he seems to have only two settings, whacking excess and treacly pathos -- and the film is awash in ponderous whimsy.
  7. Reviewed by: Bruce Walker
    This is billed as a romantic comedy, but it's much more boring than funny.

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