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The 'black sheep' son (Scott Speedman) of a wealthy family meets a free-spirited, but sheltered woman (Evan Rachel Wood). To convince his family that he';s finally straightened out his life, he takes her home for his brother';s wedding where an improbable romance blooms, as she impresses everyone with her genuine, simple charms.
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San Diego Union-Tribune
A soggy mess, one that takes a thoroughly simplistic look at mental illness and the people who suffer from it, delivering instead a romance and a road trip that are entirely unrealistic.
February 23, 2014
Common Sense Media
Romantic dramedy is touching but shallow; mature themes.
February 25, 2015
Orange County Register
A sorry throwback to sentimental 1960s movies -- the ones in which an offbeat woman repairs the soul of an emotionally clueless man.
February 20, 2014
Blu-ray.com
There was once a time when director Andrew Fleming made fantastic films.
February 27, 2014
Paste Magazine
It's an amalgam of tried-and-true themes minus any originality.
February 21, 2014
The Dissolve
Ultimately, Daisy is revealed to be sane, but she's still emotionally and socially stunted [...] and the romantic relationship that gradually blossoms between her and Jay feels disturbingly pedophilic.
February 21, 2014
Newark Star-Ledger
Really, the emotionally ill have enough stigmas to contend with. They don't need the patronizing-yet-popular movie one of "They're just like us - only, you know, more innocent."
February 21, 2014
Village Voice
The gradual revelation that there's more to Daisy than meets the eye is no great surprise, but it does at least negate - too late! - some of the more troubling subtext.
February 24, 2014
New York Post
He's a rebellious trust-funder who specializes in strip clubs, one-night stands and gambling debts. She's a possibly schizophrenic mental patient raised in near-captivity by an abusive mother. How could these two kids not fall in love?
February 21, 2014
RogerEbert.com
Scott Speedman and Evan Rachel Wood would have been better off doing a YouTube video together where they simply make goo-goo eyes at one another than co-starring in a featherweight trifle like "Barefoot".
February 21, 2014