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Some Girl(s) Reviews

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Jack Giroux
Film School Rejects

LaBute's writing is quick and sharp, as usual.

Full Review Source: Film School Rejects | Original Score: B+

August 11, 2014
Don Simpson
Film Threat

Penned by the incomparable Neil LaBute, Some Girl(s) is theatrical and contrived; to some, it might achieve some rather off-putting extremes of hyper-reality.

Full Review Source: Film Threat | Original Score: 3/5

May 19, 2014
Jennie Kermode
Eye for Film

Adam Brody keeps the unnamed protagonist distant, strangely blank, as if part of his problem is his lack of any real personality of his own, prompting him to parasitise the charismatic women he meets and try to substitute scandalous behaviour for depth.

Full Review Source: Eye for Film | Original Score: 4/5

August 19, 2013
Rich Cline

Neil LaBute adapts his bracingly astute play into a series of scenes that make us question how men and women ever come together to make a relationship work.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 3.5/5

July 25, 2013
Katherine Monk

Neil LaBute may be the bravest writer currently working in motion pictures because he writes male characters who are undeniably loathsome.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: 3.5/5

June 28, 2013
Mike McGranaghan
Film Racket

Some Girl(s) is engaging because of the fierce, uncompromising nature of the dialogue, as well as the first-rate performances.

Full Review Source: Film Racket | Original Score: 3.5/4

June 27, 2013
Brian Orndorf

Loaded with dark thoughts and agitation, making an excellent transition to the big screen courtesy of director Daisy von Scherler Mayer, who confidently retains LaBute's acid splash.

Full Review Source: | Original Score: B+

June 27, 2013
Amy Nicholson
Los Angeles Times
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The deft and merciless director sides with the girls, and to stack the deck she's hired five tremendous actresses who thrill to tear poor Brody apart

Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times | Original Score: 3.5/5

June 27, 2013
Alan Scherstuhl
Village Voice
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It doesn't take pattern-recognition software to catch some shared, troubling concerns here. But the charitable viewer will remember that ugly themes aren't necessarily a thesis.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

June 25, 2013
Tim Grierson
Paste Magazine

Draws much of its modest power from the notion that other people's romantic relationships are even more baffling than our own.

Full Review Source: Paste Magazine

June 25, 2013
Mark Adams
Screen International

A classy and beautifully performed screen adaptation of Neil LaBute's stage play, Some Girl(s) is an astute and provocative drama about the perils of relationships and messy breakups in particular.

Full Review Source: Screen International

June 24, 2013
Joe Leydon
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Adam Brody strikes a deft balance of purposeful sincerity and sociopathic self-justification in the lead role.

Full Review Source: Variety

June 24, 2013
Felix Vasquez Jr.
Cinema Crazed

Trademark Neil Labute...

Full Review Source: Cinema Crazed

June 16, 2013
Frank Swietek
One Guy's Opinion

Even this lesser LaBute offers a nice twist to his characteristically stinging dissection of man's inhumanity to man--and especially woman.

Full Review Source: One Guy's Opinion | Original Score: B

June 16, 2013
William Goss
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It's minor LaBute, but nonetheless short and bittersweet.

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May 29, 2013
Courtney Duckworth
Film Comment Magazine

The weight of dull clichés only makes the stilted dialogue harder to stomach.

Full Review Source: Film Comment Magazine

November 4, 2013
Todd Jorgenson

The film can't shake its repetitive structure and stagebound roots.

Full Review Source:

July 22, 2013
Rodrigo Perez
The Playlist

What once were searing treatises on men, women, relationships and the various toxicities that exist between selfish, shitty, desperate characters, appear -- much like the film's protagonist -- just a little sad and pathetic.

Full Review Source: The Playlist | Original Score: D+

June 30, 2013
Sara Stewart
New York Post
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Attains the occasional moment of clarity, but ultimately has neither the dramatic heft nor the anchoring talent to justify an hour and a half in the company of a boring sociopath.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 2/4

June 28, 2013
Stephen Holden
New York Times
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There are a lot of truthful notes in "Some Girl(s)," but there are also false ones that let you know that you are being played with. You'd best beware.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 2/5

June 27, 2013
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