"A sensationally funny and gently science-fictional German rom-com."
— Robbie Collin, The Telegraph
"I’m Your Man is funny in such a gentle way that you may not realize how piercing it is until after the credits have rolled."
— Stephanie Zacharek, Time
"Heartwarming, elegant, and often profound in its exploration of loneliness and human connection, I’m Your Man is exquisitely charming and smart."
— Mae Abdulbaki, Screen Rant
"I’m Your Man’s charms are real, and steeped in a lightly inquisitive, even philosophical engagement with the meatier matters of smart science fiction and smart relationship drama."
— A.A. Dowd, The A.V. Club
"I’m Your Man is science-fiction with soul and a romance written for adults. Just like its mechanical hero, this tender film is attractive, smart and cunningly designed to win your heart."
— Pamela Hutchinson, Empire
"I’m Your Man offers a perspective on humanity that’s equally whimsical and melancholy, and its intimacy is a welcome change of pace in science fiction, a genre that too often mistakes violence and colonialism as the only drivers of drama."
— Roxana Hadadi, Polygon
"The set up promises a high concept romantic comedy, but in execution, Maria Schrader’s immensely enjoyable picture delves rather deeper, touching on philosophy, socio-sexual ethics and humanity’s uneasily symbiotic relationship with technology."
— Wendy Ide, Screen Daily
"This is a comedy that finds poetry in unexpected places: the ancient cuneiform that Alma studies, and the invented past that Tom concocts to explain their romance. With sly humor and no small ache, I'm Your Man asks if we really want our fantasies to come true, and what happens when we fall in love."
— Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter