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The Opposite Sex and How to Live with ThemThe film of Matthew Meshekoff stars Arye Gross, Courteney Cox, Kevin Pollak, Julie Brown, Mitchell Ryan and Mitzi McCall, iss released on March 26, 1993. The main character - David comes across and offends a woman in Boston. One day, they meet again and he falls ahead over heels with her.Keywords:
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Directors of "The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them"Matthew Meshekoff
Creators of "The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them"Noah Stern
Critic Reviews of "The Opposite Sex and How to Live with Them"VarietyAugust 03, 2009
Despite valiant efforts by a game Kevin Pollak to liven up this tired romantic comedy, only the patient should appreciate the gross humor and sophomoric plot.New York TimesAugust 30, 2004
When a battle-of-the-sexes comedy has one combatant complaining that the other never caps the toothpaste tube, there's bound to be a shortage of new thinking.ReelViewsApril 07, 2003
This may not be the most slickly-produced or original motion picture of the year, but it has a great deal more bite than most films that place themselves in the same genre.Chicago Sun-TimesNovember 17, 2001
This is the kind of movie where nothing that is done, said, thought or performed bears any relationship to anyone you have ever met.Washington PostNovember 17, 2001
Everything in this feebly written (by screenwriter Noah Stern), blandly staged (by director Matthew Meshekoff) film seems to have been recycled from some earlier movie or television show.TV GuideAugust 03, 2009
This romantic comedy covers familiar ground in an entertaining fashion, helped by an enjoyable cast.Austin ChronicleNovember 17, 2001
This mess of a film isn't remotely entertaining. It only perpetuates generic social myths in the place of presenting fresh, insightful social satire. In short, it's more hellish than a blind date.Filmcritic.comNovember 17, 2001
Hardly a classic, but Brown and Pollak provide decent comic relief.Deseret News, Salt Lake CityNovember 17, 2001
A dreadful semi-off-the-wall romantic comedy, which is a rehash of many other bad romantic comedies.
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