• Released
  • October 21, 2011
  • (Limited 10/21)
  • R , 1 hr 41 min
  • Drama

pointless and painful

By bleugemini
Written July 01, 2016
this was truly an awful movie. it seemed to have no point, no real plot and certainly no resolution. not worth even a free day at redbox!
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Quite frankly

By ThatGRL
Written July 24, 2016
If you get off on spending two hours in a movie, only to leave and wonder WTF just happened... This movie is for u. If u want to see what the other Olsen sister looks like... Just Google her. It'll save u time and money. Trust me.
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Beautiful if shallow

By hobbes3
Written November 06, 2011
Gorgeous cinematography and well acted. I realize it's trying to leave much of what actually happened up to the viewer, but I still would have liked a little more depth. An incredible debut by Elizabeth Olson. We will definitely be seeing more of her. (During awards season no doubt.)
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DId I pee my pants last night? Yes. If that isn't a glowing endorsement, I don't know what is!

By crampmystyletv
Written October 25, 2011
Just in time for Halloween, comes a new feel good family rom-com, Martha Marcy May Marlene Martha Mother May I. What a romp! I just saying on Friday how much I missed T.G.I.F. The universe has heard my cries because guess who is the star of this comedic spook-fest? No, not Dave Coulier. Although I know, I know, I have been anxiously awaiting a comeback too. None other than the youngest Olsen twin! Elizabeth Olsen! Yes, that's right, she ain't no twin at all! Just a regular sister with the same face as the twin ones. And just like the twins who played baby Michelle in the T.G.I.F. anchor "Full House", this little Olsen can really bring the laughs! Just like baby Michelle's famous tagline "You got it dude", their sister has hilarious soon-to-be taglines like "We have to leave, we have to get out of here." I mean, can't you see that on a tee shirt? She has the comic timing of Mary-Kate and the hilarious improv skills of Ashley, peppered with the bedroom eyes of John Stamos.
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Worth seeing

By sdkopec
Written November 06, 2011
Halfway through the movie, I was wondering why they were calling this a psychological thriller, but by the end I appreciated the subtle pacing...it really gets into your brain. Loved it and highly recommend it.
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