A medical-school dropout (Daniel Radcliffe) tries to hide his attraction to his new friend (Zoe Kazan), Together, they puzzle out what it means if your best friend is also the love of your life.
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San Francisco Examiner
January 12, 2015 The engaging lead performances and wit between the lines make the movie's winning parts outweigh the contrived parts.Read in Source
The Film Stage
June 27, 2016 What If is a quaint bit of real life infused with the usual rom/com quirks.Read in Source
February 28, 2015 Rafe Spall makes an enjoyably obnoxious fall guy - literally so, in one farcical, very funny scene.Read in Source
July 19, 2016 If this all sounds a bit unromantic, What If certainly shows true love is difficult. For this boy and girl, falling hard for someone is a choice rather than a destiny.Read in Source
August 19, 2014 For a kid who grew up in public and is worth an estimated 60 million, Daniel Radcliffe does a convincing job of playing a normal guy.Read in Source
August 21, 2014 The dialogue is believable and funny, even if strays a little too often into the grotesque eating and toilet habits of the late Elvis Presley.Read in Source
June 18, 2016 The picture flirts with the clichés, but skillfully avoids the worst of them, while going into unexpected territory, both comically and dramatically.Read in Source
August 28, 2014 Nerd wish-fulfillment of the first order, this Canadian rom-com places an artificial barrier between its cute-as-a-button leads and asks us to stick around for an hour and a half until it's artificially removed.Read in Source
September 22, 2016 What If doesn't take too many surprising turns to get where you know it's going to go, but it handles each turn with consummate professionalism.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
August 22, 2014 Long before the script permits the characters to acknowledge the obvious, you lose patience: Jump into the deep end of the bed already. It would be more fun and friendly to all concerned, especially the audience.Read in Source
April 17, 2016 It's a picture with close to zero new ideas, but it gets the old ideas so right that no one is likely to care.Read in Source
July 11, 2016 While it won't teach you much more about love other than the perfect recipe for a deep-fried peanut butter sandwich, it will make you feel warm and fuzzy for a little while.Read in Source
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Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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