70

Village Voice

By Nick Pinkerton
Ry Russo-Young's character study of a gal passing the worst years of her life in cool North Brooklyn, leads off with a scene that lets you know right away that you're in the good hands of a young director sensitive to the idiosyncratic details that breathe life into a movie.
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70

Los Angeles Times

By Robert Abele
The movie achieves its own nervy sensitivity about youthful urban despair.
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60

Boxoffice Magazine

An uncomfortably honest portrait of a slow mental breakdown in self-consciously bohemian, twentysomething Brooklyn, Ry Russo-Young's You Wont Miss Me is so earnest the title's missing an apostrophe.
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60

Time Out New York

By Nick Schager
The result is a work that radiates a boozy, Bukowski-esque downward spiral, all alcohol-fueled anger and aimless sadness.
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50

The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
For all its many irritations, You Wont Miss Me has undeniable punch, a frayed energy that feels janglingly unstable. Is Shelly crazy or just a pain in the neck? We're not really sure, and neither is she.
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30

The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
An aimlessly wandering DIY-indie that will send viewers retreating to popcorn movies at their local multiplex.
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30

Chicago Reader

By Cliff Doerksen
Director Ry Russo-Young, who cowrote the script with Schnabel, is gunning for a big generational statement, but her ordnance is strictly small bore.
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25

New York Post

By Kyle Smith
Never amounts to anything more than a rambling, studenty exercise in undergraduate cinema vérité. Some expressive, arty photography and a mildly satiric attitude toward stage poseurs do little to make the picture bearable.
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20

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Other than those related to cast and crew, it's difficult to imagine who else would sit through Ry Russo-Young's self-obsessed indie.
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41 out of 100
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