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To learn that “Baggage Claim” is based on a book is quite surprising. There’s nothing in the feature that even remotely hints at any literary inspiration, with most of the movie devoted to the romantic comedy formula, hitting the same beats of flirtation and separation viewed in thousands of pictures. Adapting his own novel for the screen, writer/director David E. Talbert (“First Sunday”) plays the material in a most obvious manner, hoping to achieve a little old-style Hollywood glow, yet story certainly isn’t the effort’s strong suit, with “Baggage Claim” more convincing with silliness than meaningful characterization. Read the rest at


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