"Becoming Adorable is full of sweet surprises and thoughtful discussion, and the character of Amy is sharply created and curated by Comer. I enjoyed its directness, its quirkiness, and, well, its adorableness!"
--Louise Penn, LouReviews, London
"Becoming Adorable, from Jane Comer... it's... adorable (yeah, I know that's not a stretch but it's true); trans woman looking for love finds it in community college class video projects; sweet, moving, hard to resist (so don't)."
--Matthew A. Everett, Theatre Reviewer, Minneapolis
Amy is naturally funny, and this is where we see Jane Comer The Actress! Her reviews are self-effacing and hilarious. Amy is no dumb blond. She knows why she loves Hallmark romances; she even tells us the standard formula for said programs. Her reviews are knowledgeable, sharp, and, well, totally Amy! Brava Amy Williams!
--Judy Nedry, Judy Nedry Reviews
As Amy defends everything from Love Actually to Loving Leah, a Hallmark Hall of Fame film about a man in love with his rabbi brother’s widow, a poignant perspective emerges. Amy seems aware that romantic comedies can be heteronormative wish fulfillment fantasies, but she sees more. She sees a wondrous optimism and that becomes touchingly real by the end of Becoming Adorable.
--Bennett Campbell Ferguson, Willamette Week