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Film Review - The Rebound


It’s been a bizarre career for writer/director Bart Freundlich, who made his debut with the 1997 film fest darling “The Myth of Fingerprints,” only to weave between considered fare (2001’s “World Traveler”), family distractions (2004’s “Catch That Kid”), and misguided nonsense (2005’s “Trust the Man”). “The Rebound” marks a career low point for the battered helmer, bottoming out with this wrongheaded, hyperactive romantic comedy. Although it bears the marks of studio intervention, much of the blame remains firmly with Freundlich, who’s incapable of arranging a single honest moment in this uncomfortable, frightfully strained creation. Read the rest at


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