Margot at the Wedding
Margot at the Wedding

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

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

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WaffleMovies.com - 10/10 by Willie Waffle proof a movie with too much talking is a good thing when you have great dialogue, characters and actors
KyleSmithOnline.com - 10/10 by Kyle Smith In paying homage to Eric Rohmer, the master of bourgeois moral dilemmas, Noah Baumbach has in many ways improved on perfection.
Philadelphia Weekly - 9/10 by Sean Burns Grindingly unpleasant yet undeniably hilarious, the movie might as well be called: Squid 2: This Time It's Mommy's Turn.
The Stranger (Seattle, WA) - 9/10 by Andrew Wright Brilliantly astringent ... To watch it is to see a filmmaker at the absolute top of his game, even if this particular game probably shouldn't be topped.
EmanuelLevy.Com - 9/10 by Emanuel Levy Though well acted by Nicole Kidman and Jennifer Jason Leigh, this overly fractured tale--more like Scenes from Sisters Rivalry--represents a step down for the gifted writer-director Baumbach after Squid and the Whale, his best work to date.
Philadelphia Daily News - 9/10 by Gary Thompson No filmmaker keeps the seething anger of severely dysfunctional families as dangerously close to the surface as Noah Baumbach. Particularly while in the process of making a comedy, if that's what his films are.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette - 9/10 by Philip Martin f you can imagine Woody Allen and Neil LaBute collaborating on a screenplay - and imagine enjoying the resultant film - then Margot might be for you.
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.
One Guy's Opinion - 9/10 by Frank Swietek A dreary, indeed irritating portrait of people who never seem authentic and certainly aren't emotionally engaging.
World Voice News - 9/10 by Frank Ochieng Synthetically dull, manipulative and emotionally clunky, Baumbach's mawkish melodrama is a pretentious and garrulous character study that sits idly in its moping gibberish.
Film Threat - 9/10 by Niki Foster Noah Baumbach's study of family dysfunction is poignant, disturbing, and more mature than his earlier film on the same theme, The Squid and the Whale.

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