The Class: A Parisian schoolteacher (Franois Bégaudeau) struggles to maintain order in his ethnically diverse classroom. The teen actors' performances are searing, and Bégaudeau is delicious as a noble educator who's not so noble.
- Kenneth Burns
I Love You, Man: Paul Rudd is likable enough as a guy who goes on a series of man-dates to find a best man for his wedding. We get the usual sweet scenes of male camaraderie spiked by moments of bodily outlandishness, but I couldn't shake the sense that the whole thing felt compulsory.
- Josh Rosenblatt