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Synopsis

A divorced couple that teams up and travels to Bali to stop their daughter from making the same mistake they think they made 25 years ago.

Cast

  • George Clooney
  • Julia Roberts
  • Kaitlyn Dever
  • Billie Lourd
  • Maxime Bouttier
  • Lucas Bravo
  • Geneviève Lemon
  • Agung Pindha
  • Ifa Barry
  • Dorian Djoudi

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Really well done and exactly what it was supposed to be. Not too "cutsie". Well done and a great escape.

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Rhonda M
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Disappointed in this film and unable to place it in any film genre. It was drawn out and very slow with only 1 real laugh warranted the entire film. What are Roberts and Clooney doing here?

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Metacritic

50
Oct 21, 2022

The experience of watching Ticket to Paradise is pleasant enough; it goes down easy, like a smooth sugary mai tai. And for a while, it’s nice to just luxuriate in the confident hands of Clooney and Roberts, two movie stars who can coast through any old crap and make it fun. But after the sugar high of the honest-to-goodness blooper reel in the opening credits wears off, the rest of it is liable to give you a hangover.

Clint Worthington
Consequence
83
Sep 14, 2022

Much of the charm of Ticket to Paradise comes from knowing exactly how this story will end — what would a good romantic comedy be without a guaranteed happy ending? — without being totally certain of the journey to get there, because of the originality in the script.

Ella Kemp
IndieWire
40
Sep 14, 2022

Ticket to Paradise may well do great business to those looking for some escapist fun, and that’s entirely understandable. But I found the wacky double-act of George and Julia slightly hard work.

Metacritic review by Peter Bradshaw
Peter Bradshaw
The Guardian