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New York Times:
Keeping the Faith struggles hard to be a modern romantic comedy about commitment and, well, faith, but it doesn't quite make the grade.
Louis B. Parks,
The ending gets a little too cute, and isn't true to Anna's independent nature. Oh well, to forgive is divine.
Paul Clinton (CNN.com),
An amusing distraction with clever writing and performances.
Globe and Mail:
It's as soft and squishy as anything by Nora Ephron or pre-caustic Woody Allen.
[A] pallid, witless comedy of interfaith romance which would have seemed embarrassingly weak as a Borscht Belt resort skit in 1959.
A romantic triangle dating movie as confected, and nearly as wholesome, as a '50s Universal bedroom farce, but lacking the confidence and zest.
A far more enjoyable experience than one would expect given its diagrammatic, overlong script.
Keeping the Faith's hipness is limited to a couple of one-liners. Its exploration of faith and love is skin deep.