Cherry Reviews

Nov 1, 2022
Cherry is a commendable film, but certainly not without weaknesses. It is limited by its general air of pessimism and resignation.
Sep 11, 2022
A scattershot and overwritten substance abuse drama.
Sep 1, 2022
Cherry is a towering American tragedy, tackling topics like PTSD and the opioid epidemic with earnestness and highlighting Tom Holland’s best work to date.
Aug 17, 2022
After watching it for 140 long minutes, I was completely indifferent to the characters, their story, and the film as a whole. That’s pretty damning, especially for a movie so sure of itself yet so emotionally hollow.
Jun 25, 2022
It’s a decent flick, but Holland earns his stripes.
Mar 1, 2022
On the positive side, Tom Holland is a versatile actor with the potential to go in interesting directions once he hangs up his webslinger. On the negative, Cherry is a prime example of what happens when filmmakers fail to reign in their creative impulses.
Feb 22, 2022
Whilst it does seem, on paper, like Cherry could have been something special, the final result is near disaster.
Oct 2, 2021
We've seen better-or worse versions of the story the film tries to tell elsewhere.
Sep 18, 2021
[Cherry] seriously suffers from tonal inconsistency; juggling a growing-up narrative with a half-baked anti-war message. Tom Holland tries his best to balance this stylish but inconsequential outing with a rather misguided but heartfelt performance.
Sep 13, 2021
Aims to dissect the horrors of American addiction, crime, and war. Then it drops its gun, trips on its face, and splatters mud all over the audience. What a mess.
Jun 24, 2021
Cherry is an ambitious directorial turn from the Russo Brothers, featuring what may well be the best performance of Tom Holland's career.
Jun 6, 2021
Cherry's a complete failure: of imagination, of technique, of performance.
Apr 29, 2021
Despite its lofty aspirations, Cherry is poor in almost every aspect.
Apr 22, 2021
Endgame might be the biggest movie the Russos ever make, but Cherry might be the best.
Apr 13, 2021
Like a scrumptious looking sundae, the visuals are delicious in their appearance, but what lies beyond the aesthetics is just a lot of empty calories topped by a Cherry lacking both meaning and matter.
Mar 30, 2021
I'm impressed by it and fascinated by it...I say you should watch it, for seeing what these creatives are giving us, they're doing something different...
Mar 25, 2021
The film loses your interest as it goes along. [Full Review in Spanish]
Mar 24, 2021
The Russos carved out the modern notion of heroism for a generation weaned on Iron Man's glowing breast. Cherry proves how much the Russos have learned about heroes, then it deconstructs the contents in each pocket of the cargo pants called male identity.
Mar 24, 2021
Anthony and Joe Russo speed along with such obvious empathy for their subject, bitterness for the regime they condemn, and love of filmmaking that it's difficult to fault them for biting off more than they could chew.
Mar 23, 2021
[I]mpassioned, timely, extravagant, epic essays on social implosions and the apocalyptic landscapes left in their wake.
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