New Year's Eve Reviews

  • New Year's Eve
    • Genre : Romance, Comedy
    • Release Date : December 09, 2011
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : 117
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Warner Bros. Pictures
    • Official Site :
    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate
      5 of 5
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  • ultimately, their intertwined, forced stories play out like schmaltzy Altman
    by Michael Rechtshaffen [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • the stories are woven together in the clumsiest, most obvious fashion
    1 of 4 by Claudia Puig [USA Today ]
  • the screenplay isn't written so much as assembled in carefully slotted little blocks, following the rules of a screenwriting textbook
    by Stephen Holden [New York Times ]
  • the kind of marzipan movie that can sweetly soak up a holiday evening
    Review rate : B- by Owen Gleiberman [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • the jokes are corny and not funny. There really may not be a single laugh in the picture
    by Mick LaSalle [San Francisco Chronicle ]
  • the entire movie melts into goo
    by Wesley Morris [Boston Globe ]
  • stuck behind the velvet rope, watching a parade of celebrities who exhibit no real connection to ordinary human behavior
    2 of 5 by Elizabeth Weitzman [New York Daily News ]
  • many key narrative moments look strangely gauzy and ill shot
    by Andrew Barker [Variety ]
  • it's the sole instance in a proudly superficial product that lands, quietly, at a human midpoint between synthetic happiness and manufactured pathos
    2 of 5 by Michael Phillips [Chicago Tribune ]
  • it's difficult to distinguish which of the story lines most outrageously bids for our tears
    by Melissa Anderson [Village Voice ]
  • it's big and shiny and crowded and no matter how much you might look forward to it, it never lives up to the hype
    0.5 of 4 by Dave McGinn [Globe and Mail ]
  • it's a collection of syrupy vignettes stitched together to create a celeb crazy quilt
    2 of 4 by Linda Barnard [Toronto Star ]
  • it is the cinematic equivalent of a greeting card: Both the sentiment and the laughs are plentiful, cheap and forgettable
    2 of 5 by Kerry Lengel [Arizona Republic ]
  • if you find those jokes funny, this is definitely the movie for you
    Review rate : D- by Eric D. Snider [ ]
  • can't think of a better metaphor for the movie
    by Peter Travers [Rolling Stone ]
  • a soul-sucking monument to Hollywood greed and saccharine holiday culture
    by Sara Stewart [New York Post ]

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