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      On the Rocks Reviews

      On the Rocks proves to be a successful reunion between Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray, making excellent use of its wider cast and New York setting to offer a sweet and fun-filled 90 or so minutes of cinema.

      Full Review | Aug 8, 2023

      A serious subject depicted through a lighter perspective, possessing fascinating character interactions, and a premise that ends up being a lot more engaging (yet still somewhat predictable and formulaic) than what's expected from it.

      Full Review | Original Score: B- | Jul 24, 2023

      On the Rocks is a paint-by-number Sofia-Coppola with a “This Is 40” schema.

      Full Review | Jun 26, 2023

      What could Sofia Coppola possibly be thinking? Why would she make this intensely complacent film?

      Full Review | Sep 22, 2022

      Once Bill Murray enters the fold, it becomes a mildly more enjoyable film, but the tropes have not aged as well as Murray’s considerable, understated charm.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Sep 3, 2022

      On the Rocks is light but lovely, dripping with delicious dialogue and capturing captivating chemistry between Rashida Jones and Bill Murray.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Sep 1, 2022

      Sofia Coppola handles her story and its themes with a effectively light touch.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4.5/5 | Aug 24, 2022

      On the Rocks is an elegant, wry and subtle play on relationships that has all the earmarks of Sofia Coppola, one of the most successful female indie directors ever with seven distinctive fiction feature films to her name.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/5 | Aug 22, 2022

      [Bill] Murray is effortlessly charming. ... But the chemistry between this father-daughter pair lacks the sizzle. ... And in a broader comedy like On the Rocks, their banter isn’t as sharp as it should be.

      Full Review | Aug 17, 2022

      Even though it's not [Sofia Coppola's] most achieved work, the marvelous chemistry between Rashida Jones and Bill Murray is worth a watch... [Full review in Spanish]

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/5 | Jun 21, 2022

      There is nothing I dont love about On The Rocks. The film is an endearing and charming tale that not only captures the beauty of New York City but examines the duality and dynamic of the husband/wife and father/daughter relationship.

      Full Review | Original Score: 4/4 | Feb 18, 2022

      Even though the surface story resolves itself in a bow, there's a fascinating unresolved tension to the conclusion that lingers well after it's over.

      Full Review | Original Score: 3/4 | Feb 17, 2022

      Romantic drama is supposed to work like this fine example. Cheers Coppola!

      Full Review | Original Score: A+ | Jan 25, 2022

      Director Sophia Coppola teams again with Bill Murray for a sweet, dryly funny film...

      Full Review | Dec 2, 2021

      The daughter-father relationship is relatable and the entertaining film offers a welcome escape from today's heavy news.

      Full Review | Dec 2, 2021

      This is by far the warmest and most engaging film we have seen from Sofia Coppola, whose films have always made great use of spaces and silences.

      Full Review | Dec 2, 2021

      On the Rocks feels a bit like what you'd get if Woody Allen and Wes Anderson made a movie together - only with a lot more feminine energy, empathy, and understanding.

      Full Review | Dec 2, 2021

      A charming confection.

      Full Review | Dec 2, 2021

      There's nothing quite like the holidays for taking stock of family drama, and Sofia Coppola finds whatever your unsettled issues are and pokes them with this deeply funny and absolutely merciless pointy stick of a comedy.

      Full Review | Sep 9, 2021

      Everything that happens is entirely predictable, but enjoyable all the same.

      Full Review | Original Score: B | Aug 10, 2021

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