I've seen this movie just because of Michelle Williams and now i really have a fucking crush for her. The movie is very cute,romantic and funny sometimes. In short periods was boring and stereotype but that last part i think it's kinda ok considering that this is a romantic movie.The ending wasn't the one i prefered but it was the smart one.Some disappointment and pity felt at the end for the main character. 7.5/10
At the beginning of the film Margot explicitly says what she is like and what the film is going to be about, just like her idea about plane connections. The film is beautifully carried by Polley's writing and directing and also by Williams capacity to instill this sense of melancholy without being depressing compensated by the warm cinematography. It's a wonderful film about life,decisions and happiness.
Nothing really to remember but still a decent film with the excellent Michelle Williams. Sarah Polley takes her time to tell this very ordinary story. It is kind of touching, even if you see it all coming. Some good dialogues but in the end the feeling you saw this already somewhere else...
Give yourself to the moment, even if it is not longer than a ride in a carousel. I just loved what Sarah Polley did here. "Take this waltz" is a fantastic movie about love, life and marriage! Michelle Williams was so cute and Seth Rogen did a great job, too, although he was a little too kind in the end. 4,5/5
Sehr schöner, gefühlvoller und ehrlicher Film mit grandiosen Darstellern über das Mensch-Sein mit unseren wundervollen und verdammten Arten, mit den Lücken im Leben umzugehen. Hinterlässt mich irgendwie ratlos und traurig, aber gleichzeitig auch sehnsüchtig und hoffnungsvoll. Takt this waltz, it's yours now, it's all that there is.
Sweet characters and very close (I was kind of conflicted with the Daniel guy character though, but ok, sometimes felt like nice and stuff and sometimes just like kind of out of place). There are some beautiful shots there too, that place looks wonderful to live in. I found it very touching...moving. Sad of course, but a sadness very un-melodramatic and personal, just one of those things in life. Dealing with it.