• Weekend
    2 minutes 19 seconds
    Added: Aug 22, 2011


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Weekend Reviews

Ben Walters
Time Out
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Sexy, provocative, engrossing and occasionally ornery, it should appeal to anyone whose curiosity about someone new has provoked them to question their own identity.

Full Review Source: Time Out | Original Score: 4/5

November 1, 2011
John Hartl
Seattle Times
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Cullen and New are British stage actors with little background in film. Haigh's only previous film was a documentary. Perhaps because they don't feel bound by a set of rules, they've created one of the year's most enjoyable surprises.

Full Review Source: Seattle Times | Original Score: 3.5/4

October 27, 2011
Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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It's a definitive example of naturalistic moviemaking -- you feel you're breathing the air that the characters are breathing.

Full Review Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune | Original Score: 3/4

October 27, 2011
Kyle MacMillan
Denver Post
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Its final moments offer a vision of what a contemporary romance can achieve: an appreciative gasp of truth, a wet-eyed hope for more.

Full Review Source: Denver Post | Original Score: 3/4

October 14, 2011
Wesley Morris
Boston Globe
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One of the truest, most beautiful movies ever made about two strangers.

Full Review Source: Boston Globe | Original Score: 4/4

October 13, 2011
Dana Stevens
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If you've ever met someone who changed your life in the space of days, you'll relate to something in this movie.

Full Review Source: Slate

October 7, 2011
Michael O'Sullivan
Washington Post
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The organ that "Weekend" is most concerned with isn't the one you might think, but the human heart.

Full Review Source: Washington Post | Original Score: 3/4

October 7, 2011
David Wiegand
San Francisco Chronicle
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In just a short period of time, a weekend hookup tests the boundaries each man has set for himself.

Full Review Source: San Francisco Chronicle | Original Score: 3/4

October 7, 2011
Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
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If this lovely movie proffers a thesis or a moral, it's a simple one. A more open, fully integrated and passionate life feeds the soul no less than air and water. Or coffee the morning after.

Full Review Source: Chicago Tribune | Original Score: 4/4

October 3, 2011
Richard Brody
New Yorker
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The bland sentimentality and dull attitudinizing turn the movie into an empty frame of good intentions.

Full Review Source: New Yorker

October 3, 2011
Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times
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A moving and empathetic look at how relationships develop, at how people fall in love and what that does and doesn't do to their lives.

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

September 30, 2011
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
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It's about love's essence, and the pain of its absence.

Full Review Source: Wall Street Journal

September 29, 2011
J. R. Jones
Chicago Reader
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Writer-director Andrew Haigh, who's made several short films and one other feature while holding down big-studio editing gigs, allows the characters and their ideas to develop naturally.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

September 29, 2011
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
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This is a smart, sensitive, perceptive film, with actors well suited to the dialogue. It underlines the difficulty of making connections outside our individual boxes of time and space.

Full Review Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Original Score: 3/4

September 29, 2011
Ella Taylor
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An achingly tender chamber piece from first-time director Andrew Haigh.

Full Review Source: NPR

September 23, 2011
Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News
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hile the credible script and naturalistic acting deserve praise, there's even a thrill in seeing romantic clichés -- you'll spot them all -- embraced anew.

Full Review Source: New York Daily News | Original Score: 3/5

September 23, 2011
V.A. Musetto
New York Post
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Haigh avoids exploitation and cheap thrills in favor of a mature, incisive examination of relationships.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 3/4

September 23, 2011
A.O. Scott
New York Times
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It is about the paradoxes and puzzlements of gay identity in a post-identity-politics era, and also about the enduring mystery of sexual attraction and its consequences.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 4/5

September 22, 2011
Alison Willmore
AV Club
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Its small scale allows for detailed looks at two men who are likeable and flawed, and who connect on a level neither expected -- nor in one case, was even looking for.

Full Review Source: AV Club | Original Score: A

September 22, 2011
Lisa Schwarzbaum
Entertainment Weekly
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Boy meets boy in this low-budget, acutely observed relationship drama.

Full Review Source: Entertainment Weekly | Original Score: A-

September 21, 2011
Andrew O'Hehir
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One of the bravest, most honest and most accomplished stories of gay love and sex ever rendered on film.

Full Review Source: Salon.com

September 21, 2011
Mary F. Pols
TIME Magazine
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I love what Haigh manages to achieve in his Weekend. The movie is political and challenging, but in an organic way.

Full Review Source: TIME Magazine

September 21, 2011
Keith Uhlich
Time Out New York
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Weekend settles into an intentionally minor-key groove, caught somewhere between bracingly direct honesty and cringingly mumbly pretense.

Full Review Source: Time Out New York | Original Score: 3/5

September 21, 2011
David Edelstein
New York Magazine/Vulture
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I hate to damage so fragile a work with overpraise, but, gay or straight, if you don't see yourself in this movie, you need to get a life.

Full Review Source: New York Magazine/Vulture

September 20, 2011
Eric Hynes
Village Voice
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Naturalistic without being ineloquent, heartfelt yet unsentimental, Weekend is the rarest of birds: a movie romance that rings true.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

September 20, 2011
Seth Colter Walls
Village Voice
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Without spoiling what happens and how, it's fair to say the pivot away from Linklater-style sentimentality leaves little room for a sequel hook-up a decade down the road.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

September 20, 2011
Stephen Farber
Hollywood Reporter
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The two leading actors give deft, expressive performances that have us rooting for both of them. Cullen has a broodingly sensual presence, while the impish New makes a charmingly prickly foil.

Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter

July 11, 2011
Joe Leydon
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Cullen and New develop a compellingly credible give and take.

Full Review Source: Variety

March 25, 2011
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