Peace, Love & Misunderstanding Reviews

  • Peace, Love & Misunderstanding
    • Genre : Drama
    • Release Date : June 08, 2012
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 96
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : IFC Films
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    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate
      5 of 5
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  • you grab your silly pleasures where you can find them
    Review rate : D+ by Lisa Schwarzbaum [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • words are only part of the story
    2 of 4 by Michael Phillips [Chicago Tribune ]
  • though the movie may putter and sputter a lot like Grace's vintage Beetle, rarely has head-to-toe tie-dye been pulled off with such flare
    3 of 5 by Betsy Sharkey [Los Angeles Times ]
  • this head-hammering, clash-of-values family-healing dramedy makes sure to literalize all of its uplifting messages
    by Melissa Anderson [Village Voice ]
  • there's some beautiful cinematography on display, and the town of Woodstock feels fully realized in a way that goes beyond just the music
    by Andrew Lapin [NPR ]
  • there is no casting decision (or character nuance, or plot turn) too obvious to indulge
    Review rate : D by Chris Vognar [Dallas Morning News ]
  • the narrative doesn't build; rather it sags to its foregone conclusion
    2.5 of 4 by Carrie Rickey [Philadelphia Inquirer ]
  • only the mighty Fonda cuts through the claptrap; the rest is just a long, predictable trip
    2 of 5 by David Fear [Time Out New York ]
  • often plays like a remake of Georgia Rule with the political polarities reversed
    by J. R. Jones [Chicago Reader ]
  • needless to say, the paradox of a holistic grandma played by a movie legend with a face lift is never explore
    1 of 4 by Ty Burr [Boston Globe ]
  • every plot turn is groaningly predictable
    3 of 5 by Stephen Holden [New York Times ]
  • all the same, the spectacle of first-rate actors attacking third-rate material is guilty fun
    by Joe Morgenstern [Wall Street Journal ]

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