It would be great to like this film more than it’s really possible to do. There are pleasing settings, pleasant actors, “problems” that don’t really amount to much of anything, and lashings of delicious food and architecture. There are three A-list actors participating in something almost more revolutionary in Hollywood than putting money into a project that didn’t originate with a decades-old comic book — an age-appropriate love triangle. There are even moments of bordering-on-touching romantic repartee. Sadly, none of these things add up to anything more than a generic, easygoing romantic comedy that has about as much lasting power as a thin snowfall on a sunny day…
It’s Complicated opens everywhere Christmas Day. Read the full review at filmcritic.com … unless you have something better to do.