Bye Bye, Love

In probably what's one of the most repulsive films ever made, "Bye Bye, Love" is an overblown sitcom that's light on the jokes and heavy on the syrup. It follows the exploits of three divorced men and their various problems with their ex's. Some of it isn't bad…the parts involving Randy Quaid's character do provide some sort of entertainment. But it's not enough. The shameless McDonald's product placement is enough to make you groan, and it makes you think that you're just watching a really expensive commercial. Skip this one, and do a personal boycott on McDonald's for a month.

Movie reviewed by Michael Lawrence



Matthew Modine, Randy Quaid, Paul Reiser, Janeane Garofalo, Rob Reiner, Lindsay Crouse, Danny Masterson, Maria Pitillo, Wendell Pierce, Ross Malinger, Johnny Whitworth, Mae Whitman, Dean Williams

Directed by:

Sam Weisman


1995 comedy/drama

Rated PG-13.


Don Ignacio's score: D+

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