Change of Plans (Le code a changé)

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  • Summary: Change of Plans (Le Code a Changé) is a delicious comedy of manners. The film centers around a summer dinner party where ten acquaintances, each attempting to mask their own personal troubles, come together for an evening of food, wine and friendship. It's not long before the couples beginChange of Plans (Le Code a Changé) is a delicious comedy of manners. The film centers around a summer dinner party where ten acquaintances, each attempting to mask their own personal troubles, come together for an evening of food, wine and friendship. It's not long before the couples begin revealing their dissatisfaction with their partners and it becomes obvious that they are planning or having affairs. (IFC Films) Expand

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  1. Positive: 5 out of 12
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  1. Reviewed by: Kenneth Turan
    Oct 28, 2010
    80
    By the time this lightly entertaining look at life's emotional crises ends, even the characters you didn't think were sympathetic will have won you over.
  2. This film isn't boring - it's not scintillating or spellbinding, either, just pleasantly honest and moderately interesting throughout.
  3. 70
    Diverting, hectic entertainment, which refuses to take anything too seriously, staking out a middle ground between melodrama and farce.
  4. Reviewed by: Jordan Mintzer
    50
    Two's company, three's a crowd and eight is definitely way more than enough in writer-director Daniele Thompson's mismanaged comic ensembler, Change of Plans. Less a crowdpleaser and more a headscratcher than her previous hit, "Avenue Montaigne."
  5. 50
    The acting by Seigner, Marina Hands, Karin Viard, Patrick Bruel and other French notables is first-rate, although their characters and what they have to say are trite.
  6. A comedy of manners in need of Ritalin.
  7. 40
    At the very least, this mush pot reminds us that countries other than ours also produce melodramatic mediocrities.

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