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  1. fearraigh's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Not one of Baumbach's most obviously accessible films but this is a very good character-driven drama. Kidman and Jennifer Jason-Leigh in particular are great.

  2. José Neves's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    TV. Weddings and funerals, as collective angst moments/spaces, have been the focus of several films and recently two marriage films stood out in terms of reception, but after Robert Altman's "A Wedding", none knew how to enjoy so well its choral vocation and individual's psychoanalysis. In its modesty, it's a film that knows how to take advantage of Jennifer Jason Leigh's immense talent and create humor.

  3. laura's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    three stars but probably my favorite baumbach film to date

  4. remora's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  5. Christopher M. Jones's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    definitely the superior remake of The Last House on the Left

  6. bryanvmh's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  7. Erik F.'s rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Made me think of a Rohmer/Solondz hybrid (a dialogue- and character-driven study of dysfunction and mean-spiritedness) -- just not as interesting as that may sound.

  8. gld48's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  9. taniaburrito's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  10. truffraud's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    there's something about a baumbachian family that makes you want to run away and forget they ever existed and, oxymoronically, draws you into their idiosyncrasies

  11. j's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    I thought this was largely a dull movie... I did watch it until the end. Pretty naff though.

  12. Thomas Dods's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Mixed feelings on this one. The characters are well drawn and there is nice jet black humour in the dialogue and across several awkward moments. However, practically no one in this film is sympathetic, most are frankly horrible. It left me a little cold in first viewing.

  13. Dogville59's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    A good study into family dysfunction mostly as a result of the closeness family members have with each other meaning that they say what they think and cannot hold back their personality disorders. Yet family is family isn't it. Quite a different role for Jack Black but he does it well.

  14. alimcintyre's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    A distinct absence of any discernible plot is amply compensated by an excellent cast.

  15. Superfrog's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Wow! Much groundbreaking. So awkward fat dude makes ass of himself! Much probaly turns out better than the good looking ones in the end! if only I could get the motivation to get there.

  16. Cherry's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  17. Alejandro's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Excellent! thrilling, balanced, subtle, funny and disturbing. The story unfolds the complexity of human relations, personalities and their emotions, with grace, love, struggle. Is also beautiful in its "simplicity" of domestic live with a good hint of suspense.

  18. Kyle's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Promising characters and complex relationships that constantly leaves the viewer yearning for clarification. Yes the characters are dysfunctional people, but there is a sense that nobody involved really understood what was going on. The film meanders without any sense of flow. The dynamics of the narrative are often so understated that they fail to bring any more than a slight giggle, or more often than not, cringe.

  19. Blue Roses's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  20. Calista's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    A collection of unlikeable characters in a film where not much happens. The script is good in places but it needed to be funnier. Watch Frances Ha instead.

  21. Ayesha Casely-Hayford's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Awesome detail. Laugh out loud funny. Everything that happens when we think there is no witness. The truth of being. And never wanting to be alone.

  22. andrew's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Not enough humour to punctuate the dysfunction

  23. daisygrubber's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

  24. Tja's rating of the film Margot at the Wedding

    Middle-class Americans, forgetting they are adults, behaving madly in front of their children. Virginia Wolf would fit right in. Ms Kidman and Mr Black hold our attention in a rural holiday house where everything is just too much. Exhausting. Loved JB's frantic pursued descent down the long wooden staircase to the beach. Pass the Valium.

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