Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Has a bracing truth that's refreshing after the phoniness of female-bonding pictures like "Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood." Read full review
A powerful new film from British writer-director Sandra Goldbacher. Read full review
A chick movie? Well, yes, but it's a whole lot cooler than that one with the "Ya-Ya's" in the title. Read full review
You won't want to miss it if you care about movies that dare to chart intimacies in our age of spectacle, or about up-and-coming female performers and underused male veterans finding roles worthy of their gifts. Read full review
Offers a clear-eyed chronicle of a female friendship that is more complex and honest than anything represented in a Hollywood film. Read full review
The only the bum steer in Me Without You comes in the person of Daniel, played by Kyle MacLachlan of "Twin Peaks" fame. It's hard to tell whether MacLachlan was dealt a bum hand in an otherwise fine screenplay or acted on auto-pilot. Read full review
Anchored by Friel and Williams's exceptional performances, the film's power lies in its complexity. Nothing is black and white, starting with the girls' complicated relationships with their parents, which are simultaneously nurturing and fraught with psychological peril. Read full review
More predictable than it ought to be - you can set your watch by the appearance of the mournful Nick Drake song on the soundtrack. Read full review
Tough, unsentimental British film. Read full review
Though it boasts excellent performances by Anna Friel and Michelle Williams as bosom buddies whose lives meander over three decades, it plods on with a wearying predictability and some truly terrible dialogue. Read full review
Be the first to rate
Fandango, the ultimate movie ticketing destination, is your source for movie tickets and movie times. Know before you go to the theater, watch HD movie trailers and videos in the highest quality available. Find movie reviews, theater listings, and detailed information about new and upcoming films. If you're interested in DVDs, visit our DVD section for reviews, movie photos, trailers, and more.
Copyright © 2013 Fandango. All rights reserved. Your Personal Box Office