Yes Day Reviews

  • Yes Day
    • Genre : Comedy,Family,Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : PG
    • Duration : 86 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Netflix
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  • while Jennifer Garner did seem to be giving it her best in the movie, the scripted tasks didn't ask that much of her. Ultimately, "Yes Day" doesn't commit to either being a full-out family fun movie or a family drama
    by Aparita Bhandari [Globe and Mail ]
  • ultimately, "Yes Day" has moments of fun, but it's a little bit like an ice cream sundae that you have to finish even though it's way too big:'s so sweet and indulgent that you'll have a stomach ache at the end
    2 of 5 by Todd Gilchrist [What to Watch ]
  • this film makes for a solid double feature with "Alexander and the Terrible", "Horrible", "No Good", "Very Bad Day"; Say yes to "Yes Day" because this family comedy is a blast!
    by Danielle Solzman [Solzy at the Movies ]
  • Miguel Areta's harmless, speedy and sweet-natured family comedy "Yes Day" gets mileage out of its energetic premise and dedicated performers
    Review rate : B by Nate Adams [The Only Critic ]
  • it could at least have been a good sitcom, but.. "Yes Day" strings together a series of just-say-yes set pieces that don't play out the central premise so much as they turn it into an extended kiddie-action-movie burlesque
    by Owen Gleiberman [Variety ]
  • if you need a charming film headed up by a skilled comic actor about a family going through troubling times then watch Rose Byrne in "Instant Family" instead because it's a big no for this one
    2 of 5 by Benjamin Lee [The Guardian ]
  • book-based family comedy mixes silly fun, positive messages; Although the film doesn't take its own advice -- going overboard and eschewing any semblance to reality more often than not -- it does have worthy themes and entertainment value for families
    4 of 5 by Jennifer Green [Common Sense Media ]
  • an inoffensive if unengaging family romp that somehow manages to make the ultimate day of fun feel like a drag; the film lacks sass or snappy dialogue.. that never conjure the wit or charm to convert familial pandemonium into laughs
    2 of 5 by James Dyer [Empire Magazine ]
  • a good-natured and diverting family comedy; Assisted by his playful cast, Miguel Arteta brings so much clear-eyed, character-driven comic mayhem to every scene that even the wildest script contrivances.. are graced with an actual sense of fun
    Review rate : B- by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]

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