83

The Playlist

By Katie Walsh
While there’s drugs and sex and drinking and dancing, for sure, if one looks at I’m So Excited as a metaphor for the ills of society today and how we react to it, it becomes a much more poignant and biting satire of the state of our world, and how we as a people decide to react to it.
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80

Variety

By Jonathan Holland
Longtime Pedro Almodovar followers who have secretly been hankering for a return to the broad, transgressive comedy of his early work will be thrilled by I’m So Excited, a hugely entertaining, feelgood celebration of human sexuality that unfolds as a cathartic experience for characters, audiences and helmer alike.
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80

Time Out London

I’m So Excited is the closest Almodóvar has come in years to early romps like ‘Labyrinth’, ‘Pepi, Luci, Bom’ and ‘What Have I Done to Deserve This?’
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80

Time Out New York

By Keith Uhlich
It’s high time Pedro had a lark. The buoyant and bawdy I’m So Excited plays like a to-hell-with-it-all riff from this seminal Spanish auteur, an excuse to gather his stock company for a breezy 90-minute party.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Bruce Ingram
I’m So Excited! is random, episodic and essentially meaningless, but it’s also a hoot. And if that’s all you’re looking for, you might as well get it from the master.
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70

Wall Street Journal

By Joe Morgenstern
I just can't hide my disappointment, though, that the movie doesn't sustain anything like the brilliance of its best scenes, or even the promise of its preface.
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69

Film.com

By Jordan Hoffman
First and foremost I’m So Excited! is late night cabaret – funny, filthy and more than a little bit sloshed.
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67

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
The actors are charming, but the movie is like a helium balloon with a leak in it.
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63

Slant Magazine

By Nick McCarthy
Pedro Almodóvar's diverting pop-art bauble firmly placing the "relief" in comic relief and the "cock" in cockpit.
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50

USA Today

By Claudia Puig
While the plot strives to be a raunchy-clever sex farce, it feels more like a leaden repurposing of Airplane with drunken pilots, mile-high dalliances and dancing flight attendants.
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55 out of 100
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