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July 26, 2013
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PG-13 , 1 hr 38 min
1,935 Fan Ratings
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Synopsis: After her marriage collapses, a wealthy socialite moves into her sister's modest home in California.
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Andrew Dice Clay
Jasmine’s Friend Jane
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San Francisco Chronicle
By Mick LaSalle
Blanchett in Blue Jasmine is beyond brilliant, beyond analysis. This is jaw-dropping work, what we go to the movies hoping to see, and we...
Wall Street Journal
By Joe Morgenstern
Cate Blanchett tops anything she's done in the past with her portrait of a fallen woman who's a hoot, a horror, a heartbreaker and a...
New York Observer
By Rex Reed
Richly chronicled characters, sharp dialogue and that stupendous centerpiece performance by Cate Blanchett are contributing factors in the...
Time Out New York
By Joshua Rothkopf
It’s real Streetcar Named Desire territory as the fights pile up, and if you think that doesn’t sound entertaining, know that it is, in a...
By Peter Travers
Want to see great acting, from comic to tragic and every electrifying stop in between? See Cate Blanchett in Blue Jasmine.
By Richard Roeper
Woody is still capable of writing and directing one of the liveliest, funniest and sharpest movies of the year.
By Claudia Puig
It's one of the year's finest, most complex portrayals, in one of Allen's best films in years.
By David Ehrlich
When Allen conceives of a character this great, it’s hard not to wish for him to slow down and maybe write that extra draft to refine his...
By Rodrigo Perez
It’s part raw and ugly character study, part ensemble comedy, but it’s that first element that is so striking, bold and unnerving, while...
By Justin Chang
Blanchett’s performance is so dominant in terms of screentime and emotional impact that the film succeeds as not only a virtuoso ensemble...
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First Woody Allen flick.. not impresssd
This movie was dry w/ little humor, depressing, flat, one-dimensional, the supporting characters were cheesy w/ no arcs and the main character had no destination in the story. If you watch, you will...
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Rated PG-13 | For Mature thematic elements, language, sexual content
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Common Sense Media says OK for kids 14+
Smart, timely Woody Allen dramedy has drinking, pills.
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