All Is Bright
All Is Bright

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While out on parole, Dennis reluctantly takes a job selling Christmas trees with his old buddy Rene in order to make enough money to buy his estranged daughter the piano she's always wanted.... (Full plot summary below)

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While out on parole, Dennis reluctantly takes a job selling Christmas trees with his old buddy Rene in order to make enough money to buy his estranged daughter the piano she's always wanted.

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Salon.com - 8/10 by Andrew O'Hehir Ror me its heartbreaking denouement – with shades of a Raymond Carver or William Kennedy ending – packed a prodigious emotional wallop.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by John DeFore Although laughs do come... the film is happy to observe wryly as boredom and failure threaten to overwhelm the men.
Variety - 7/10 by Ronnie Scheib This engaging if somewhat underwhelming tale of unlikely redemption builds a funny-sad web of intersecting interactions around its strong central perfs.
Los Angeles Times - 7/10 by Betsy Sharkey In its own strange way, All Is Bright pulls you in even as it frustrates. This is far from a picture-perfect Christmas story, mind you, but there is a spirit in its celebration of disappointment that is quite special.
The A.V. Club - 6/10 by Mike D'Angelo Directed by Phil Morrison (Junebug) from a lackluster script by Melissa James Gibson, All Is Bright coasts entirely on the formidable talent of its cast, though Giamatti merely offers another variation on the irascible persona he’s been cultivating since Sideways, while Rudd is ultimately defeated by his character’s shapelessness.
Film.com - 5/10 by Jordan Hoffman There are tones of 1970s shaggy realism that are interrupted by moments of character-driven shtick. The wistful scenes aren’t rich enough to engross you and the comedy isn’t clever enough to make a difference.
Slant Magazine - 5/10 by Chris Cabin All Is Bright remains engaging, for the most part, but most of the big narrative turns feel both predictable and forced, and at odds with the natural charms of the cast.
The Playlist - 5/10 by Rodrigo Perez Semi-flat with only a few jokes and emotional beats that land, the picture is often dull when it should be poignant.
The Dissolve - 5/10 by Tasha Robinson A film that veers between caustic comedy, melodrama, and heartstring-tugging, without finding the spark of sympathy that would hold the film together around its disparate tones.
New York Post - 4/10 by Lou Lumenick Their misadventures in the Big Apple, including Giamatti’s involvement with a Russian house sitter (a bizarrely cast Sally Hawkins) are neither funny nor touching, just tedious.
Time Out New York - 4/10 by David Fear Awkward banter, a lack of narrative thrust and concentrated character deep-digging, and a performance by Sally Hawkins as a Russian maid that seems beamed in from another movie all contribute to the cinematic equivalent of a half-baked fruitcake.
New York Daily News - 4/10 by Elizabeth Weitzman Giamatti and Rudd banter with appeal, but Melissa James Gibson’s lackluster script doesn’t offer either much to work with.

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