Rams Reviews

  • Rams
    • Genre : Drama,Adventure,Comedy
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG-13
    • Duration : 115 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Samuel Goldwyn Films
    • Official Site : http://www.samuelgoldwynfilms.com/rams/
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  • melancholic humour abounds in an ovine comedy remake smartly translated from Iceland to Australia; Deadpan Aussie dramatic comedy is a good stand-in for Icelandic quirk in this likeable remake
    3 of 5 by Stephen A. Russell [Time Out New York ]
  • it may lack the toughness, subtleties and tonal fluidity of the original, but Jeremy Sims' film is an easygoing, likeable comedy in that Antipodean mode, flitting between low-brow laughs, a half-baked romance and more dramatic stretches
    3 of 5 by Ian Freer [Empire Magazine ]
  • an unexpectedly lovely little film; this sheep-based dramedy happily makes up in touching (human) bromance what it now lacks in novelty value
    4 of 5 by Larushka Ivan-Zadeh [Metro (UK) ]
  • adapted with winning cultural specificity by former newsman Jules Duncan, it's longer and more broadly comic than the Icelandic version and boasts a tacked on, feel-good ending; the film's main selling point is the particular chemistry of its two leads
    by Alissa Simon [Variety ]
  • "Rams" offers Sam Neill in a feel-good, animal lover's tale; If you're searching for something fun and heartwarming, "Rams" is a winner
    by Kristy Puchko [Pajiba ]
  • "Rams" isn't earth-shattering, but real-feeling and engaging, with a strong cast and fine sheep and a good dog
    by Michael Ordona [Los Angeles Times ]
  • "Rams" is certainly an enjoyable watch, and Neill and Caton's performances are worth seeing on their own; This remake transplants an Icelandic story to Western Australia effectively but, depsite good performances, fails to better its source
    3 of 5 by Sam Inglis [HeyUGuys ]
  • "Rams" is a lovely, even-tempered drama; At the heart of the picture are two very appealing performances from Neill and Caton; It's funny at times – but also tender and touching: the cinematic equivalent of a gently moving turn of phrase
    4 of 5 by Luke Buckmaster [The Guardian ]

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