C'mon C'mon Reviews

  • C'mon C'mon
    • Genre : Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 108 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : A24
    • Official Site : -
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  • this soul-soothing new take on familiar fixations is unguarded and achingly truthful; Mike Mills and his cast create the illusion of intuitive filmmaking, convincing us that the lived spontaneity of the scripted vignettes manifests before our very eyes
    by Carlos Aguilar [The Wrap ]
  • poetic and bittersweet, "Cmon Cmon" is a special film, one that asks us to recognize the mistakes we make, the people we wound, the feelings we hurt and to maybe give ourselves a break in the process and hold on for what better future tomorrow may bring
    Review rate : A by Rodrigo Perez [The Playlist ]
  • Mike Mills' latest feature, "C'mon C'mon," is a small, soft-spoken yet casually profound family drama; Joaquin Phoenix delivers his mellowest turn to date.. [in] a well-observed black-and-white indie about family and quiet human connections
    by Peter Debruge [Variety ]
  • Mike Mills' cinema is so lucidly empathetic -- so genuine about its search for balance, and so eager to find the fullness in everyone's lives -- that it's as easy to forgive the sleepy and self-effacing "C'mon C'mon" for its missteps..
    Review rate : B- by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • Mike Mills' bittersweet, gently profound collisions of art and life
    Review rate : B+ by Leah Greenblatt [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • it's a wispy yet insightful and emotionally satisfying film, shot with affecting intimacy in pellucid black-and-white
    by David Rooney [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • beginners director Mike Mills's latest film is his best so far—a sensitive and searching look at children and adults
    by Richard Lawson [Variety ]
  • a swooningly photographed drama; "C'mon C'mon" is a well-made film; The performances are good; It's an impressively contrived film, almost a machine for winning awards, a monochrome reverie of midlife yearning
    3 of 5 by Peter Bradshaw [The Guardian ]

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