Ticket to Paradise

103 mins
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George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Dopesick's Kaitlyn Dever star in this romantic comedy from the director of Mamma Mia! Here... More

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Ticket to Paradise | Ratings & Reviews

"(It) 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."

The GuardianThe Guardian

"You get the feeling that Clooney and Roberts were allowed to improvise more often than was wise."

Sydney Morning HeraldSydney Morning Herald

"Ticket to Paradise doesn’t reinvent the romcom wheel, it barely kicks the tyres, but it does exactly what it sets out to do..."


"Roberts and Clooney and co command the fees they do because they can elevate material this slender into something that is at least watchable."


"The strength of Ticket to Paradise is easily Clooney and Roberts’ playful chemistry and the rhythm of their dialogue."


"Much of the charm of Ticket to Paradise comes from knowing exactly how this story will end... without being totally certain of the journey to get there, because of the originality in the script."


"OK, so it’s profoundly stupid, but it knows it."

The TimesThe Times

"Queensland pretending to be Bali, Clooney and Roberts pretending to be funny and the entire movie pretending it's worth the ticket price."


"Charitably, you could call Ticket To Paradise cheerfully retro."

Screen DailyScreen Daily

"Combined, Lourd and Bravo provide a key antithesis to Roberts and Clooney’s sophisticated shtick. They’re the right ingredients. Parker uses them in the right amounts."


"A warm, witty, welcome escape from reality."

Empire MagazineEmpire Magazine

"This is the Roberts-Clooney show all the way... Still, other cast members acquit themselves well with generally limited opportunities."


"Thinly scripted rom-com Ticket to Paradise puffs its way through 104 minutes mostly on the vapours of its lead actors gassing around together..."

Hollywood ReporterHollywood Reporter

"An incredibly formulaic story which is nice to look at but doesn't offer much beneath that."


"A sugary screwball served with a thick wedge of nostalgia."

Financial TimesFinancial Times

Ticket to Paradise | Details

12A, infrequent strong language
Comedy, Romance
Country of origin

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