The Souler Opposite Movie Review

Are you ready for wacky romantic comedy, when comedian Meloni falls for much younger political action militant Moloney? A mildly interesting yet painfully overdone premise is ruined when the comedy turns maudlin, and Meloni's character starts behaving more stalkerish than anything else. The first hour of Opposite is pretty funny, though, so much is redeemed. But the script feels like it was written during a binge drinking session, slowly getting less and less coherent.

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The Souler Opposite Rating

" Weak "

Rating: R, 1998

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