Fast & Furious 6
The Hangover Part III
| Original Score: 4/5
| Original Score: B-
| Original Score: 2.5/4
This very funny, very smart comedy about New York intellectuals meeting a French invasion of sorts is much like a Woody Allen film, but it is written and directed by Julie Delpy.
| Original Score: B
Rock tries playing it straight, but can't help himself; Delpy is lovably daffy; the film has a breezy, honest air.
| Original Score: 3/5
Delpy seems fascinated by the way that time and life experience change people's perceptions and attitudes, but not their cores.
Julie Delpy's smartest move as a director is to feature Julie Delpy so prominently in her films. That endless reservoir of charm is drawn from yet again in her latest effort, an unnecessary but not unappealing sequel.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Delpy is unlikely to set the world on fire with these farcical outings of the absurd, but it's a pleasure to see her back onscreen, doing what she loves.
A witty, winning new comedy of relationships and culture-clash that eschews complicated plotting to instead luxuriate in a fresh, fun, wound-up energy all its own.
The style is much looser and more prone to take stylistic chances (which, fortunately, pay off).
| Original Score: 4.5/5
This ebullient domestic comedy fairly radiates with a runner's high.
The laughs come fast and breezy, just as Delpy intends.
While it's nowhere near a perfect film, 2 Days in New York is worth seeing, not only for the comedy but also for the realism of the smaller moments.
[Delpy] and Rock, in the midst of free-flying French chaos, find a sweet chemistry together ...
| Original Score: 3/4
Chris Rock and Julie Delpy make an energetic, discombobulated, thoroughly 21st-century screwball comedy couple.
[Delpy] makes New York, and Marion's crazy life, worth spending more than two days getting to know.
| Original Score: 3.5/4
It's a predictable sort of humor, but it's played with intelligence, wit, charm and, blissfully, very little pretense.
With her new film, Delpy continues her theme -- children exhibiting different personalities around their parents -- but with a much better groundwork.
"2 Days in Paris" is as self-assured as it is slight, a deliberate diversion whose winsome charms never run dry.