Celeste and Jesse Forever Reviews

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April 11, 2019
A fun spin on the romantic comedy that features some very likable leads and a very smart screenplay. It's a bit unconventional but really entertaining.
December 17, 2018
The film feels as if it's captured something very real even if it's done so in fairly superficial way.
November 16, 2018
Many points also to director Lee Toland Krieger, DP David Lanzenberg and editor Yana Gorskaya for crafting an intimate, cool, interestingly assembled picture, hard to do with a talky feelings indie.
October 12, 2018
Celeste and Jesse isn't looking to wow you; it's just looking to charm (sweetest breakup comedy ever?).
August 26, 2018
The earnestness of the direction and the warmth of the performances more than make up for the few issues the script has.
January 26, 2018
Takes some unique angles at familiar situations and allows the nerdy chemistry between its leads to play out naturally.
September 8, 2017
Celeste and Jesse Forever is that much needed refreshing take on the modern romantic comedy that's become worn down by repeated tries and mediocre duplicates.
September 1, 2017
Celeste and Jesse Forever feels longer than it is, but the chemistry between the two leads Rashida Jones and Andy Samberg more than make up for that.
May 26, 2013
Its bittersweet conclusion hits you square in the gut.
January 22, 2013
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January 22, 2013
Thematic murkiness aside, the film achieves a mostly successful mix of mainstream and indie sensibilities.
January 22, 2013
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January 7, 2013
Rashida Jones' first lead feature role is a likeable enough effort to step out from the tube...
December 9, 2012
[A] charming, lightweight comedy ...
December 7, 2012
The film bears a kinship with the underrated 2006 film The Break-Up; both are, for lack of a better term, post-romantic comedies by exploring the largely virgin territory of what happens long after the meet-cute, when life takes hold and love goes sour.
December 7, 2012
The film shows its toothless nature when it refuses to properly eviscerate Emma Roberts's silly tweenie pop star. But there are worse crimes than being just a little bit too nice.
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