Mixed or average reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 19
  2. Negative: 3 out of 19
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  1. 75
    Griffiths is one of the most intensely interesting actresses at work today.
  2. At heart this is a thoughtful, well-made movie about something serious.
  3. 70
    Karmel delivers feminist fun even a guy can get.
  4. Likely to provide many points of identification for many women.
  5. Far too self-absorbed a picture.
  6. Takes a look at the bumpy path to self-discovery.
  7. 50
    If you were watching it at home you wouldn't feel compelled to pause the film before going into the kitchen to fix a snack.
  8. Ambitious in scope and humble in execution.
  9. Reviewed by: Jay Carr
    A comic vehicle for that valuable Australian export, Rachel Griffiths.
  10. Easy to take but ultimately rather aimless.
  11. Reviewed by: Ernest Hardy
    Though the film is generally weak, treading very familiar ground, those dashes of insight and humor - along with Griffiths' performance - pull you into the film.
  12. Rachel the best reason, nay, the only reason to pay attention to Me Myself I.
  13. A sugarcoated romantic comedy that is just clever enough to make you wish it were three times as smart and only a third as sweet.
  14. Griffiths' Pam holds your attention without any gratuitous mannerisms or broad asides. It's a sleek, rangy performance that all but redeems the hackneyed familiarity of the premise.
  15. 40
    A feel-good, fatalist placebo.
  16. Reviewed by: John Hartl
    The script is a minefield of ideas that need more work.
  17. A fascinating contrast in lifestyles.
  18. It's bad enough that Australian writer-director Pip Karmel feels she must attempt the alternate-reality gimmick.
  19. 20
    Despite this chance to experience something thrilling and new, her life is just as dull the second time around.

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