Jeff Giles
February 08, 2008 AT 05:00 AM EST

Amy Heckerling’s comedy, I Could Never Be Your Woman, makes a convincing case that every love feels like the first. Pfeiffer plays a frazzled TV exec worried about aging in an infantile culture. She’s warm, funny, and relatable in a way she’s rarely been, and Rudd is off-the-charts charming as a goofy young actor who hits on her. Ullman, as a ranting narrator named Mother Nature, is grating to the nth degree. EXTRAS An uninspired commentary by Heckerling and a producer. Maybe they recorded it right after learning their movie would go straight to DVD. B

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