Charming, feel-good flick. Most teens won't care.
| Original Score: 4/5
A rather conventional comedy, but it works with honor and spirit.
Nude and loving it.
| Original Score: B+
...uncomfortably familiar and thoroughly predictable...
| Original Score: 2/4
Tampoco hay que ponerse demasiado exigente; (...) la película tiene su gracia y cumple con casi todo lo que promete.
| Original Score: 3/5
'They dropped everything for a good cause' would seem to refer more to the filmmakers than the gutsy, middle-aged women shedding their clothes for a hospital couch.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
Though the last act is formulaic (...) this film has everything we have come to expect from a British feel-good comedy.
...an affable, amusing, and highly diverting piece of typical British whimsy. That all of it really happened is almost beside the point but charming in itself.
| Original Score: 7/10
Although the material is somewhat slight, Mirren and her cohorts give it weight and verve.
| Original Score: 2.50/5
...proves Andy Warhol's famous dictum, with one added wrinkle: In the future, everyone will be famous for 15 minutes, especially if you take your clothes off.
...a bit of enjoyable fluff...
| Original Score: 2.5/4
Mirren again shows us why she is still able to obtain leading vehicles at age 58.
The marvellous cast and robust humour work to create a delightful comedy that's both sexy and sassy. Filled with laugh-out-loud moments.
| Original Score: 78/100
It works great as a comedy, but not so great as a drama.
| Original Score: B
What's notable is the movie's gently funny, quaint sense of humor, and the endearingly daft performances from the women.
Calendar Girls' last two acts, 'What Chris and Annie Learned in Hollywood,' are nothing more than rote recitation of the perils of fame.
'Calendar Girls' offers laughs, maybe a tear or two and lots of heart.
Gentlemen - you whose significant other may hold the weekend movie choice card - keep a stiff upper lip. You'll get through Calendar Girls just fine.
| Original Score: 3/4
An innocent comic exercise, fueled more on charm than titillation.
Amiable enough as a frothy entertainment, with darker overtones rendered with emotional effectiveness.