10 Years Synopsis
A group of friends reunite ten years after their high-school graduation.
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Entertainment Weekly

By Lisa Schwarzbaum
There's a relaxed, unforced, melancholy sweetness and swing to this modest iteration of the "Big Chill/Return of the Secaucus 7" formula, a...
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New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
In Linden's assured hands, each character gets just enough time to contribute to the greater whole. They're all recognizable, not as...
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Washington Post

By Michael O'Sullivan
10 Years doesn't completely avoid the road-not-taken theme. It does, however, neatly navigate around many of the potholes, finding a novel...
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Amy Biancolli
When the screenplay sticks to the tricky business of living - trying, then screwing up, then stumbling forward anyway - it hits its mark...
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Arizona Republic

By Bill Goodykoontz
A surprisingly enjoyable movie.
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So it's too bad 10 Years isn't, you know, funny.
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The Hollywood Reporter

Jamie Linden's minor-key serio-comedy pulls us in eventually, delivering its share of poignant insights and melancholy reflections, even if...
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Slant Magazine

If nothing else, 10 Years is hip to the fleeting, fundamental joys of revisiting one's youth.
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New York Post

Overall, though, the stakes are pretty low for this likable, tipsy crowd. Maybe I'm just too steeped in the underdog lore of "Freaks and...
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Boston Globe

By Wesley Morris
An inconsequential high-school-reunion comedy that gets better when it stops trying to make you laugh.
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Genuine and Entertaining.

By Alon Patterson
A basic coming of age, young adult drama. This film does a fair job of realistically exploring on-going late teen relationships and ideals among a group of friends as they've the become the...

No maturity after 10 years

By pedsarq
Yes, these people have lives, families, and more experience when they show up at their 10-year high school reunion. However, as the night progresses you see them act like screw-ups and try to relive...

Worth a Date Night or GNO

By casey1107
Go see it.... It's everything I imagine my 10 year reunion would have been like had I attended. The only critique I have is that some of the cast seemed a little 'old' to be representing 28 year...

Great Movie!

By wwieland
Go see it, period....


By brittany_leann_smith
I rented this from red box tonight. I was super excited cause I love channing tatum and I've seen him in some really funny movies. This one just didn't do it for me. It was really blah!...

loved it!

By laurenncox
As someone who is preparing to celebrate her 10 year reunion I've gotta say I really loved this movie. Fantastic performances by all and a pretty touching story with some major laughs intertwined!...

Best movie ever

By noel.ly@fandango.com
For real...

Fun, Funny

By mattkautz
Reunion films, as a genre, tend to fall into one of two camps: high concept romance/drama, or slapstick farce. Ten Years is neither, preferring instead to present a stark portrait of the funny, sad...

not bad

By dane_g
this is a pretty solid film, but it's also incredibly predictable and lacks the emotional impact that similar movies have managed. none of the stories really finishes. but they really don't need to...


By msaleski
Great for a rental on a night when you're looking for a light comedy that won't put you to sleep. Wouldn't recommend paying for this at the theater, but we will in a lull with nothing new out at...

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Rated PG-13 | For language, alcohol abuse, some sexual material and drug use
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Pals reconnect in reunion-set dramedy; some iffy stuff.
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