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As a flawed but lovably lionhearted woman, Barrymore triumphantly comes of age as an actress. Read full review
Barrymore gives a performance that's nuanced, assured and captivating. Read full review
It's the kind of film -- like Diane Keaton's "Hanging Up" -- that even as it dissolves narratively, still makes you dissolve emotionally. Read full review
A film like this is refreshing and startling in the way it cuts loose from formula and shows us confused lives we recognize. Read full review
It's Barrymore's most ambitious role to date. She proves she is maturing as an actress. Read full review
It's just another case of mourning over what might have been. Read full review
When Barrymore finally gets mean, the movie finally gets good. Then comes another sing-along, dammit. Read full review
Needs someone to roll down a window and let in some fresh air. Read full review
It's as if the filmmakers, having committed themselves to the book, fled from its essence, which is wildness. Read full review
They try to make Beverly adorable, and the movie comes off strained and dishonest as a result. Read full review
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