Bitter & Twisted - Movie Reviews - Rotten Tomatoes

Bitter & Twisted Reviews

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Matthew Pejkovic
Matt's Movie Reviews
July 7, 2010
A sombre film, Bitter and Twisted is not Friday night entertainment, but rather a poignant look at grief and its ramifications.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
Steve Rhodes
Internet Reviews
March 9, 2009
A much more appropriate title for this snoozefest would be Slow & Pointless.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4
Howard Feinstein
Screen International
October 18, 2008
It's a miracle when an untracked English-language film arrives on the scene -- and a special joy when said movie is smashing.
Jason Di Rosso
MovieTime, ABC Radio National
September 19, 2008
Infidelity, unrequited love and eating disorders fill these griefstricken stories, which start well but never really take flight.
Erin Free
FILMINK (Australia)
September 19, 2008
Bitter & Twisted is a winning combination of glowing hope and battering despair.
Jim Schembri
The Age (Australia)
September 19, 2008
Noni Hazelhurst and Steve Rodgers are very good, but there really is only so much moping one can stand.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
Sandra Hall
Sydney Morning Herald
September 19, 2008
It's a film that demands that you slow your own pulse rate and surrender to its melancholy rhythms. As with so many young Australian filmmakers, Weekes isn't interested in having his characters sparkle.
Louise Keller
Urban Cinefile
September 13, 2008
A film fuelled by emotions, this impressive debut by Christopher Weeks canvasses the heartfelt, tender, angry, frustrated and confused feelings of a family reeling by the impact of loss.
Andrew L. Urban
Urban Cinefile
September 13, 2008
Exceptional performances from the entire cast - and a giant one from Noni Hazlehurst - help make this a riveting film, as they conjure up real characters for us who act and feel in sometimes self-destructive ways %u2013 recognizably human, recognizably us
Top Critic
Alissa Simon
April 29, 2008
Despite game perfs from a well-known cast, weak scripting and sketchy character development leave too many holes to ultimately convince or compel.
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