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Delpy wrote the dialogue that gives the film its forward thrust, and "2 Days" is a wonderful first feature. Read full review
Amusingly raunchy. Read full review
Weighty and downbeat though that sounds, Delpy's film is delightfully light, especially when it's parsing the infinite variety of horrible French cabbies. Read full review
Perhaps the most promising thing in 2 Days in Paris is that Delpy shows that she can direct herself. Read full review
A smart film with an edge to it. Read full review
Delpy wrote and directed this study of a relationship heading (it would seem) for the rocks. She stages it with a funny and diverting improv-y flow. Read full review
Here's all you really need to know in order to determine whether Julie Delpy's 2 Days in Paris is something you need to experience for yourself: Her blond hair is often all frizz, and she prefers glasses with a big black frame. She's Mia AND Woody. Read full review
Delpy's manic energy shoots through this meet-the-parents comedy like electroshock, resulting in a movie that is as acutely painful as it is acutely funny. Read full review
Delpy is clearly a gifted writer, especially of comic dialogue. But she and Goldberg don't quite work as an engaging pair. Read full review
By accident or design the film is seriously unbalanced. Read full review
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