Todd Komarnicki‘s Perfect Stranger script “thinks it’s far smarter than it is — the pseudo-profundity runs thick and rich, and what should be killer lines land like matzoh balls dropped off a 30-story building.” — from John Anderson‘s hilarious brief but hilarious review in the 4.12 Variety.

Readers may also want to consider Stephen Holden‘s warning in his N.Y. Times review about the “ridiculous, convoluted story” with a “ludicrous bombshell revelation” at the end.