90

Variety

By Emanuel Levy
Riveting, often haunting.
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80

L.A. Weekly

By Chuck Wilson
Mitchell -- gives a harrowing, beautifully conceived performance, the depth and arc of which can't be fully appreciated until the film's final scene.
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80

Los Angeles Times

By Kevin Thomas
The carefully crafted Everything Put Together is unpredictably venturesome, and cinematographer Roberto Schaefer makes virtuoso use of digital video to create the images and movements that play so large a part in the film's success.
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75

Chicago Tribune

By John Petrakis
Takes a couple of curious turns that you will either applaud or hiss at, depending on the type of film you are looking for.
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

By Edward Guthmann
A tale of yuppie conformity and domestic angst that quickly turns into a horror film.
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70

The New York Times

By Stephen Holden
A finely acted expressionistic critique of the suburban baby culture and its joys, fears and fetishes.
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70

TV Guide

By Ken Fox
In the end it all comes down to Mitchell. She turns in a truly harrowing performance that will leave you shaking.
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67

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
The movie is ''Rosemary's Suburban Baby'' without a witch in sight.
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50

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Unfortunately, director Marc Foster (who co-wrote the screenplay) never allows anyone except Mitchell to play more than a one-dimensional character.
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50

Village Voice

By Dennis Lim
Seeks to portray loss as a literal, convulsive nightmare, and it's not above resorting to horror-movie tropes and Grand Guignol trickery.
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63 out of 100
Generally favorable reviews
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