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Posted: 28 Jul 2014 08:36 under HQ

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Reviews:
Betsy Sharkey(Los Angeles Times): It has the like kind of young smart set argue that you hear all the time in Lena Dunham's Girls.
Justin Chang(Variety): Roughly three districts charming to one part cloying, "The F Word" attempts and largely succeeds at pulling done a smart, self-aware riff up~ romantic-comedy conventions while maintaining a heart of earnest feeling.
John DeFore(Hollywood Reporter): Well-scripted rom-com is a vivid post-Potter step for Daniel Radcliffe.
David Ehrlich(Film.com): Elevated from some above-average romantic comedy to a movie upright of being embraced by a procreation of twenty somethings because it refuses to permit its characters off the hook.
David Baldwin(We Got This Covered): The F-Word falls into apparent genre traps, but the great chemistry from Daniel Radcliffe and Zoe Kazan, and every absolutely hysterical performance from Adam Driver issue the film a fairly enjoyable romantic comedy.
David Nusair(Reel Film Reviews): …a seemly romantic comedy that could (and should) be seized of been so much better.
Jason Gorber(Twitch): With whipsnap dialogue and compelling, memorable performances, The F Word transcends its formulaic pretenses, resulting in a enchanting, quite effective film.
Norman Wilner(NOW Toronto): So yes, it's derivative, but it's furthermore funny, charming, sharp and sweet, with Radcliffe and Kazan exchanging rapid-spirit dialogue with each other.
Scott Tobias(The Dissolve): Dowse seems ~ed to turn out solid, down-the-mean crowd-pleasers-and, goodness knows, those are in awfully curt supply.
Allan Hunter(Screen International): The F Word offers a pleasantly engaging 21st century variation on When Harry Met Sally, milking laughter and tears from the eternal awkward of whether men and women be able to ever be just friends.
Eric Kohn(indieWIRE): The movie in the first place frustrates by doing nothing fresh. Careening nearly an overly neat and tender fortitude, "The F Word" lacks the tease to let its uncoordinated characters twist up victims of their situation.
Chris Bumbray(JoBlo’s Movie Emporium): Best indie rom-com ago 500 DAYS OF SUMMER.
Henry Barnes(Guardian): It's in reality hard to finish. It's liable to leave you queasy.
Erik Davis(Movies.com): The thin skin has some genuine things to assert about where you draw the de~ate between loving someone and falling in attachment with someone