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Entertainment Weekly "Little City" Review

From the January 15, 1999 edition of Entertainment Weekly:
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Little City Review

LITTLE CITY Jon Bon Jovi, Penelope Ann Miller, Annabella Sciorra (1998, Miramax, R, $103.99) Bon Jovi must be trying to challenge Eric Stoltz as the hardest-working actor in independent film. In this by-the-numbers relationship comedy, he's one of five characters seeking romance in San Francisco--breaking up, getting back together, breaking up again--as often happens in films like this. Lacking originality and energy, City wastes a promising ensemble, although Miller enlivens the proceedings somewhat as the sexually inhibited new girl in town. Writer-director Roberto Benabib delivers some occasionally insightful dialogue, but he seems unable to stage a scene without it feeling like a high school play. C --Bilge Ebiri

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