Margot at the Wedding
Margot at the Wedding

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A slice of family life: sisters, husbands, children, history, secrets, jealousies. Margot and her teen son, Claude, travel from Manhattan to her family's Long Island home, occupied by sister Pauline, Pauline's daughter, and Malcolm, the slacker Pauline will marry outdoors that week under a tree neighbors want removed. Backbiting marks family discussion, particularly between the sisters and in Margot's cutting remarks to Claude. Pauline tells Margot a secret that Margot prompt... (Full plot summary below)

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A slice of family life: sisters, husbands, children, history, secrets, jealousies. Margot and her teen son, Claude, travel from Manhattan to her family's Long Island home, occupied by sister Pauline, Pauline's daughter, and Malcolm, the slacker Pauline will marry outdoors that week under a tree neighbors want removed. Backbiting marks family discussion, particularly between the sisters and in Margot's cutting remarks to Claude. Pauline tells Margot a secret that Margot promptly tells Claude. Margot dislikes Malcolm and undermines him. She also has marital problems and a lover nearby. People are cruel, inside and outside their families. Is there a refuge for Margot or for Pauline? Written by <[email protected]

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Chicago Tribune - 10/10 by Michael Phillips Baumbach’s achievement stings. It also has the sureness of tone and direction of a Chekhov story.
Film Threat - 9/10 by Niki Foster A brilliantly executed film that, like many real-life family reunions, is alternately painful, funny, and moving.
Premiere - 9/10 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.
The Hollywood Reporter - 9/10 by Michael Rechtshaffen Noah Baumbach has followed up his acclaimed 2005 breakthrough "The Squid and the Whale" with another wryly observed, giddily cringe-inducing, bracingly original winner.
Rolling Stone - 9/10 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.
Entertainment Weekly - 9/10 by Lisa Schwarzbaum Which brings us back to Kidman, who really IS sensational here.
Philadelphia Inquirer - 8/10 by Carrie Rickey Some call Margot a comedy. For me, it is a tragedy impaled by comic moments.
Newsweek - 8/10 by David Ansen The cruelly funny Margot at the Wedding shares many of the virtues of "Squid"--it's psychologically astute, sociologically dead on, refreshingly unformulaic--but it's a considerably tougher, less ingratiating movie. People who insist on likable, "sympathetic" protagonists may find it a bitter pill to swallow.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Ty Burr A broader work than Baumbach's last movie, and it's funnier, too, even as you gasp at the misbehavior.
Washington Post - 8/10 by Desson Thomson Watching Kidman, Leigh and -- in his nutty, damn-the-torpedoes way -- Black as they torment, confound and torture one another amounts to a vicarious thrill ride in human behavior.
Chicago Reader - 8/10 by Jonathan Rosenbaum Hysterically hyperbolic and unpleasant if still witty dissection of family traumas.
Portland Oregonian - 8/10 by Marc Mohan The overall effect of the movie is to make you wish there were a statute of limitations on how long maladjusted adults are allowed to blame their parents before it's OK to holler, "Get over it, people!"

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