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Kyle Smith
New York Post
December 10, 2010
Spalding Gray's new film, "And Everything Is Going Fine," is 89 minutes long. What a coincidence! That's exactly 89 more minutes of Spalding Gray than I can stand.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
Top Critic
December 9, 2010
Soderbergh imposes a shape until the film begins to feel less like puzzle pieces in search of their place and more like one seamless picture: with this collage of the artist's past work, he's created an entirely new final monologue for Gray.
Full Review | Original Score: 8/10
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A.O. Scott
New York Times
December 9, 2010
Among other things, a tour de force of smart and sensitive editing.
| Original Score: 4/5
Doris Toumarkine
Film Journal International
December 9, 2010
Amalgam of clips (and nothing more) of the late comedic monologist Spalding Gray's performances, TV interview appearances and home movies is strictly for his fans.
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Nathan Rabin
AV Club
December 9, 2010
It's ultimately a celebration of Gray's irrepressible lust for life and bottomless curiosity about the strange and beautiful world around him. It does justice to a subject who made his life and death works of art.
Full Review | Original Score: A-
Louis Proyect
rec.arts.movies.reviews
December 8, 2010
In many ways, a memorial meeting for the late, lamented and supremely talented Spalding Gray.
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Keith Uhlich
Time Out
December 8, 2010
You still leave hoping he ultimately found peace and enlightenment, two things he graciously gave to those of us who hung on his every word.
Full Review | Original Score: 4/5
Marshall Fine
Hollywood & Fine
December 7, 2010
A documentary look at Gray's life told by, who else, Spalding Gray. It's only fitting that that his life is told in his own words
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Karina Longworth
Village Voice
December 7, 2010
Seen as his final monologue, the film is both an invaluable portfolio of his talent, and a tribute rendered in the style of its subject.
Bill Weber
Slant Magazine
December 6, 2010
Weaving performance and interview clips into an autobiographical collage on behalf of storyteller Spalding Gray, Steven Soderbergh delivers a poignant eulogy.
Full Review | Original Score: 3/4
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