You Can Teach Them to Cast But…

Depending on whom you believe, the just-released movie “Catch and Release” is either one of the worst movies ever made or, as New York Times reviewer Steven Holden suggests, a pleasant chick flick: “There is great fly-fishing nearby (the title refers to that sport), and the scenery is to die for. The movie is so conscious of being on a Rocky Mountain high that one character remarks suspiciously that people in Boulder seem ‘unnaturally’ happy.” Joe Louis of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch is less mincing with his metaphors: “As every fisherman knows, when there’s a jerk at the end of your line, you’re about to reel in something that stinks.”

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