Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
It's the film you need to see in order to understand why the ending of "As Good As It Gets" was phony. Read full review
This is a film about performances and features simply some of the best seen in years. Read full review
LaGravenese may be unsteady at the helm, but his film insinuates like a torch song that keeps messing with your head.
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Living Out Loud is not a monumental motion picture. In fact, in many ways, it's quite the opposite - a quiet, unassuming story of friendship and love that uses richly-developed characters to charm its audience. Read full review
So why does the thing play like a mediocre sitcom stripped of its laugh-track? Read full review
LaGravenese has an uncanny ability to write realistic female characters. Read full review
The plot is promising and the acting is earnest, but in the end the movie doesn't quite work. Read full review
It fails to capitalize on its own gifts, coming darn close to greatness but never quite catching the brass ring. Read full review
Living Out Loud is like "An Unmarried Woman" recast as a sitcom-cute update of Marty. Read full review
Much about Living Out Loud is pretty far-fetched, but at least it accurately portrays the dating possibilities for newly divorced women of a certain age. Read full review
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