Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
When you piece it all together, it becomes mildly fascinating. Read full review
Compellingly acted and rich in visual ideas, but a bit thin in its psychological approach. Read full review
5x2 is a little talky and the pace is slow, but, for this kind of motion picture, it's one of the best around. Read full review
Feminist sanctimony, it turns out, looks much the same forward and backward. Read full review
France's François Ozon's 5 x 2, which resembles Ingmar Bergman's "Scenes from a Marriage" told in reverse, could be played for laughs, or suspense -- who killed this marriage? -- or with the rueful irony of Stephen Sondheim's backward musical "Merrily We Roll Along." Read full review
In 5 x 2, the 2 are terrific; it's the 5 that needs work. Read full review
It flirts intriguingly with the unknowable, what it shows us of the knowable isn't terribly interesting. Read full review
Cool, clinical and not altogether convincing. Read full review
A wickedly entertaining bit of domestic tragedy. Read full review
The film is bleak, not particularly compelling, and the characters are frustrating, the enemies of their own happiness. Read full review
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