Walking and Talking Reviews

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March 12, 2019
Laura and Amelia are allowed to behave imperfectly the way male characters are allowed to be in many films, but women hardly ever are.
February 19, 2019
Its slender narrative is economically unfolded in succinct scenes and features a good deal of acute observations, and it is attractively photographed by Michael Spiller, Hal Hartley's regular lighting cameraman.
November 8, 2017
...bears all the markings of the exquisitely observed relationship dramedies that Nicole Holofcener would go on to make.
September 7, 2011
October 31, 2006
A romantic comedy about NY yuppies, who are always on the telephone, set in the West Village, idealized by Holofcener as a cozy neighborhood with no violence, drugs, or harrassment.
July 30, 2006
If any of Nicole Holofcener's films were to appeal to a male audience (or at least provide the fewest squirm-inducing moments to it), it would be Walking and Talking.
June 5, 2004
Superbly well made; great performances.
February 20, 2004
July 27, 2003
...the main emphisis appears to be on making the characters sound "clever" and "witty."
July 11, 2003
An intriguing insight into the big R
May 28, 2003
a totally charming, though lightweight, look at a childhood friendship
April 16, 2003
January 17, 2003
October 31, 2002
July 26, 2002
June 29, 2002
A funny and fetching drama about friendships between women.
January 1, 2000
January 1, 2000
January 1, 2000
Comes perilously close to becoming a gab-fest treadmill.
January 1, 2000
Other than being a pleasant and enjoyable film, it doesn't really have much to say about relationships.
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