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The Meyerowitz Stories (2017)


An estranged family gathers together in New York for an event celebrating the artistic work of their father.

The Meyerowitz Stories (2017)

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IndieWire - David Ehrlich
The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) isn’t the wittiest or most exciting movie that Noah Baumbach has ever made, but it might just be the most humane.
80
CineVue - John Bleasdale
Baumbach writes his dialogue with a sharp pencil and the film bursts with non-sequiturs, put downs and hilarious lines.
80
The Guardian - Peter Bradshaw
It’s a comedy that doesn’t really have, or aspire to, any very tragic dimension, but it’s touching. The quirks are underpinned by a heartfelt solidity.
80
The Telegraph - Robbie Collin
The film doesn’t stint on emotional complexity, but it might be Baumbach’s most accessible to date.
80
Vox - Alissa Wilkinson
We rarely get to see Sandler do this kind of straight-faced comedy, and he's so good in The Meyerowitz Stories that he deserves the chance to do more.

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