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Conversations With Other Women Reviews

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Michael Phillips
Chicago Tribune
August 31, 2006
The gimmick has its poetic moments, but the actors can't do much to make screenwriter Gabrielle Zevin's strategems for characters seem like real people.
Read More | Original Score: 2.5/4
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Richard Roeper
Ebert & Roeper
August 21, 2006
Conversations with Other Women feels like a one-act play stretched into a feature film and padded with those visual gimmicks.
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Todd McCarthy
March 30, 2006
The battle of the sexes is restaged to clever but inconsequential effect in Conversations With Other Women.
Cole Smithey
April 19, 2009
Director Hans Canosa has made a split-screen experimental student film about two would-be lovers who connect after a wedding party in New York City.
Full Review | Original Score: D+
David Cornelius
January 11, 2007
The film is technically brilliant but emotionally shallow; take away the split screen gimmick, and you have a romantic drama that wouldn't be worth its running time.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
Matt Pais
August 31, 2006
There's a reason Before Sunrise and Before Sunset were done as two movies, not one.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
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Geoff Pevere
Toronto Star
August 12, 2006
Mostly it works because this is about two people desperately trying to do the impossible: to reconcile the past with the present, reality with fantasy, and desire with responsibility.
Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/4
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Jack Mathews
New York Daily News
August 12, 2006
Theirs is an affair not worth remembering.
Read More | Original Score: 2/4
Jules Brenner
Cinema Signals
January 16, 2007
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
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August 12, 2006
By fade out, the movie has run out of air: the quick, clever dialogue flattens out and it becomes contrived.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4
Michele Kenner
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
November 16, 2006
You spend more time watching the technique than the interplay between Carter and Eckhart.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/4
Luke Y. Thompson
New Times
August 13, 2006
The split-screen gimmick is just that, but you could do a lot worse than watching the two gifted lead actors gab.
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Anthony Lane
New Yorker
August 7, 2006
It may be dotted with fine observations, yet somehow the charm of its novelty grows stale, and the airless feeling of a closed set begins to fester.
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Rex Reed
New York Observer
August 3, 2006
The split screen sabotages [Canosa's] best intentions; it's a conceit that only manages to make the viewer irritable.
Dave White
August 11, 2006
Full Review | Original Score: C-

E! Online
August 26, 2006
It's hard to imagine a Gallic film would make such an issue of Carter's character being over the hill at 40 or straight-facedly claiming that Eckhart is fat by any reasonable definition.
Full Review | Original Score: C+
Thomas Caldwell
Cinema Autopsy
August 11, 2006
Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
Mark Keizer
Los Angeles CityBeat
August 14, 2006
Director Hans Canosa's incisive and melancholy pas de deux... presented entirely in split-screen... [is] a potentially ostentatious piece of directorial hoohah, but it has rewards.
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Ella Taylor
L.A. Weekly
August 10, 2006
Though the movie is occasionally too clever-talky for its own good, it has the authentic ring of an elegy for love lost when one partner grows up while the other runs in place.
Scott Weinberg
DVD Clinic
January 23, 2007
One of the most realistically romantic movies I've seen in a while. And I'm not easily impressed by what generally passes for "movie romance."
Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5
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