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Emotional presence and a sophisticated understanding of commitment-phobia (as something other than a comedic punchline or an excuse for sex scenes) distinguishes this intense, contained drama, as does the unforced, sensual, and sensitive cinematography of Uta Briesewitz. Read full review
Ruffalo plays the character with that elusive charm he also revealed in "You Can Count on Me." Read full review
Rarely does a fine movie like this have so awkward a title, or so off-putting an opening scene. But there is method in both these madnesses, and a searchingly intelligent and moving story to be told. Read full review
The movie is really a sexy, emotionally true portrait of a handful of people wrestling with their impulses and trying to find their way to happiness. Read full review
What makes XX/XY so engaging; it attempts to define love through broken characters who know neither themselves nor the meaning of love. Read full review
It may appear clichéd in the telling, but Chick has no use for the glib irony and rampant pop-culture sampling which has already dated "Reality Bites" and its ilk. Read full review
An ongoing problem is the complete lack of chemistry between the leads. Read full review
Some moments in XX/XY ring true, and the honesty exposed is revelatory. But, like some relationships, this drama can be tough to endure. Read full review
A blandly filmed and subtext-heavy talkathon that wastes a game cast on a group of characters about whom it's almost impossible to care. If this were a cocktail party, you'd be back home with a good book already.
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It's awkward, listless and fails to reach any sort of climax.
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