Margot at the Wedding
Margot at the Wedding

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Certificate: 15 | Released: 2008 | Duration: 1 hr 32 mins | Director: Noah Baumbach | Studio: Paramount Home Entertainment | Genres: Comedy - Drama

Margot and her son Claude decide to visit her sister Pauline after she announces that she is getting married to less-than-impressive Malcolm. In short order, the storm the sisters create leaves behind a a mess of thrashed relationships and exposed family secrets.

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Margot and her son Claude decide to visit her sister Pauline after she announces that she is getting married to less-than-impressive Malcolm. In short order, the storm the sisters create leaves behind a a mess of thrashed relationships and exposed family secrets.

Margot and her adolescent son Claude take a train from New York City to Long Island, where Margot's sister Pauline is about to get married to Malcolm. Even though Margot is a successful writer with a compassionate husband, she is repressed, bitter, insecure, and angry, and she takes out her frustrations on anyone and everyone around her. Pauline is initially happy that her sister has decided to come to the wedding, but she quickly realizes that Margot is still her terrible old self. Over the course of a few days, past conflicts erupt and present conflicts explode, threatening not only to put a damper on the wedding, but to ruin it completely.

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Chicago Sun-Times - 7.5/10 by Roger Ebert So it goes with the family in this movie. All of its members are engaged in a mutual process of shooting one another down. Watching Margot at the Wedding is like slowing for a gaper's block.
Slate - 7.0/10 by Dana Stevens It's too bad Baumbach's movie is already shot, edited, and up there on the screen, because after a few rounds with a red pencil, it could really have been something worth watching.
Village Voice - 7.0/10 by Jim Ridley Hard as it may be to imagine a comedy that inflicts all the psychic torment of "Cries and Whispers," Baumbach has pulled off a more psychologically acute--and funnier--version of the Bergman pastiches that Woody Allen attempted 30 years ago, with a jumpy, nerve-rattling rhythm all his own.
Rolling Stone - 8.8/10 by Peter Travers Dissenters who see this film as a wallow in self-absorption aren't paying attention. Baumbach is acutely attuned to the droll mind games of smart people who only think they're impervious to feeling.
Chicago Reader - 8.0/10 by Jonathan Rosenbaum Hysterically hyperbolic and unpleasant if still witty dissection of family traumas.
Variety - 7.0/10 by Todd McCarthy This study of a disastrous reunion of two sisters feels more like a collection of arresting scenes than a fully conceived and developed drama.
Premiere - 8.8/10 by Glenn Kenny Margot is a fleet, strangely enjoyable film, animated by the acuity of Baumbach's perceptions and -- this helps a lot -- the frequent laugh-out-loud wit of his dialogue.
Boston Globe - 7.5/10 by Ty Burr A broader work than Baumbach's last movie, and it's funnier, too, even as you gasp at the misbehavior.

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