Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Even at her most nihilistic, Cameron Diaz is about as menacing as a boozy college cheerleader. Read full review
It's a shameless don't-hate-me-because-I'm-beautiful-and-impulsive performance (Diaz), and it throws the entire movie out of balance. Read full review
The script hits rough patches, especially when Phoebe and Wolf get it on, but the sisters cut to the heart. Read full review
In its attempts to chart a young girl's journey from innocence to experience, The Invisible Circus ends up having all the heft of a Nancy Drew mystery decked out in a tie-dyed T-shirt and peasant skirt. Read full review
Yet another murky film about the 1970s that's watchable mostly for its cast rather than the story. Read full review
This joyless coming-of-age travelogue is such a downer that not even breathtaking locales can provide a lift. Read full review
The revelations of The Invisible Circus don't justify the quest. Read full review
Director and screenwriter Adam Brooks, adapting Jennifer Egan's novel, doesn't seem to understand what makes a movie relevant. Read full review
A fatally insubstantial film. Read full review
When flashbacks tease us with bits of information, it has to be done well, or we feel toyed with. Here the mystery is solved by stomping in thick-soled narrative boots through the squishy marsh of contrivance. Read full review
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