All Together Now Reviews

  • All Together Now
    • Genre : Drama
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    • MPAA Rating : PG
    • Duration : 93 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Netflix
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  • director Brett Haley thankfully lets the scenes breathe, with quiet poignancy; It helps when you have an actress like Auli'i Cravalho, who allows us to see pools of sadness, yearning and hunger behind her eyes; She's awesome. She's spectacular
    4 of 4 by Mark Kennedy [Associated Press ]
  • Brett Haley's directing has a gentility, and Cravalho gives Amber a visceral humanity that elevates the intermittently uneven screenplay
    by Kyle Turner [New York Times ]
  • Auli'i Cravalho shines in tender Netflix dramedy about taking care of others; Brett Haley's latest YA adaptation weaves real heartbreak into a gentle story about the best things in life
    Review rate : B by Kate Erbland [IndieWire ]
  • a heartwarming, yet flawed YA tale; Despite its fair amount of positives, ´╗┐"All Together Now" ´╗┐feels both too safe and too distant when it comes to its grittier subject matter
    2.5 of 5 by Rachel LaBonte [ScreenRant ]
  • "All Together Now" is a rushed, barely plotted race toward a feelgood emotional climax that's unearned and rooted in total fantasy and while again, it might look better than the majority of Netflix teen movies, it's ultimately just as hackneyed
    2 of 5 by Benjamin Lee [The Guardian ]
  • "All Together Now" has plenty to say about community, altruism and the limits of self-reliance that could strike a chord in such stark times. The film is hardly a wasted effort, and Haley demonstrates real potential for tapping into something special
    by Andrew Barker [Variety ]
  • "All Together Now" crescendos so subtly and so beautifully it's overwhelming, infused with the love and power of collective care. Basking in the sheer goodness of a group coming together to lift up the most vulnerable among them is a balm to the soul
    by Katie Walsh [Los Angeles Times ]

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