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Kelly & Cal is a compellingly offbeat treat for fans of character-driven drama -- and a showcase for Juliette Lewis' formidable gifts.
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The movie turns a little soapy as it tries to locate a satisfying ending, and there are too many self-conscious statements of life's little lessons, yet the passion remains.
It's difficult to be fully invested in the Big Emotional Developments of the final act.
There are complex situations, well-acted characters and a central relationship that feels authentic and mature - and yet it's missing some element to bring it fully into focus.
Juliette Lewis and newcomer Jonny Weston bring terrific sensitivity to their roles.
A sly satire that's sexy, touching, and funny, if seriously flawed.
An offbeat drama with a pervasive sense of unease. Compelling, if slightly inconclusive.
A film with real distribution, directed by a woman as well as written by one is a rare enough occurrence that I wish I didn't have to point out all that's wrong with Kelly & Cal.
So much rings true in the film "Kelly and Cal" that it almost hurts to watch. But the leads, Juliette Lewis and Jonny Weston, bring so much spark to their roles that even when some moments hit too close to home, it's a wonderful film.
Kelly & Cal follows well-worn territory and manages to make things feel fresh.
This character-driven drama about a friendship between two lost souls has enough tender honesty to overcome some final-act contrivances.
A simple, honest, deeply satisfying tale of the complex mixed emotions and desires that make up a woman's life and often exist in secret.
Although the subject matter could have been tricky and condescending, screenwriter Amy Lowe and director Jen McGowan tell the story with a great amount of sensitivity and thoughtfulness.
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