The Preacher's Daughter
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The Hollywood Reporter - 6/10 by Deborah YoungBringing good old-fashioned Mediterranean emotion to a screenplay that feels oh so familiar, this modern-day weepie unapologetically plays to the crowd rather than the critics.
The Film Stage - 5/10 by Jared MobarakIt’s extremely saccharine and obvious in its progression, but I’m not sure you can truly say it isn’t real where the emotion is concerned.
Entertainment Weekly - 5/10 by Devan CogganFathers and Daughters’ predictable plot keeps it from ever becoming a truly enjoyable tearjerker.
The A.V. Club - 5/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyObjectively speaking, it’s garbage, a suffocating mix of dad redemption, not-ready-for-Mr.-Right romance, and a bogus lit-world success story, with mental illness, slobs-vs.-snobs legal drama, and an Electra complex thrown in for flavor. On that level, it’s as shameless as porn.
Screen International - 5/10 by Wendy IdeSeyfried is impressive in the role, mercurial and fragile, but with a flinty coldness deep within.
Movie Nation - 4/10 by Roger MooreThe sum of Fathers and Daughters is so much less than each of its individual parts. A misshapen attempt at maudlin (not unlike Muccino’s other Hollywood films), it enrages, here and there, but rarely touches or moves us.
New York Post - 4/10 by Sara StewartJanet McTeer, Octavia Spencer, Diane Kruger and Jane Fonda brighten the screen momentarily, all in too-small roles.
RogerEbert.com - 4/10 by Alissa WilkinsonPair Fathers and Daughters with a bottle of wine and a friend on a rainy night, and it will work just fine.
Time Out London - 4/10 by Dave CalhounThe list of co-stars – Jane Fonda, Octavia Spencer, Aaron Paul – is so impressive that it’s hard to know what attracted everyone to such a soapy, cloying script.
Empire - 4/10 by Ian FreerIt’s tastefully shot and Crowe commits to the horrors of Jake’s illness (his seizures are upsetting) but the writing lacks depth, the character psychology is dime-store Freud and the performances are variable.

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