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Sheelah KolhatkarAll We Ever Wanted Was Everything employs a women-under-duress theme familiar to viewers of weeknight TV movies, but executed with more nerve and wit…Brown's comic scenes and devastating details make her postmillennial consumer universe surprisingly entertaining. Even that blockhead Janice, who inadvertently signed away all rights to her husband's fortune (this, after the world suffered through four Ronald Perelman divorces?), begins to insert herself into a hardened reader's affections after a while.
—The New York Times