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2 Days in New York


Rated R for language, sexual content, some drug use and brief nudity.

R In Theaters 08/10/2012 , 91min.
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December 26, 2012
November 05, 2012
This movie for me was painfully bad. The characters lacked any spark of chemistry between them. The scenes of intiimacy were laughable, and not in a good way. If the theatre wasn't so far from my home, I would have left my party and walked home. Only after the movie did I realize they would have gladly walked out with me. So much for \"please, no talking during the movie\".
August 30, 2012
Acyually I found this movie to be tasteless. Had I not paid to see it I would have gotten up and left. Chris Ropck was the only redeeming character.
August 26, 2012
Not one true moment, not one real character (except the kids...maybe). Poor Chris Rock--floundering to find something other than Quizzical & Befuddled. Delpy seemed to be imitating Diane Keaton for a madcap Woody Allen knock off. Oy.
August 25, 2012
Have I ever seen a worse movie? Not sure because thankfully I forget the bad ones. But this is so bad you know you should leave about 20 minutes in, then wish you had for the rest of hour and a half of garbage. Terrible scrip, bad story, bad direction, packed with characters (pigs) you'll hate for hours afterward. You keep thinking with Chris Rock it has to get funny at some point. But in the end

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Slant Magazine
It keeps the entrances, exits, and misunderstandings rolling while rooting the action in emotions and character traits that are only slightly exaggerated for comic effect. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The film, which is about a chaotic 48 hours in Marion's life, succumbs to the chaos it depicts, and so undermines its best intentions. It is, all in all, a likable mess. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
Both Rock and Delpy the actor invest so much in their respectively harried, recognizably human urbanites that you wonder why Delpy the director keeps undermining things by engaging in easy Gallic caricatures and generically Gotham-ming it up at every opportunity. Full Review
James Berardinelli
2 Days in New York splits its time between being a quirky comedy and a quasi-serious drama. Comparisons with Woody Allen may be inevitable, in part because of the setting, although none of the characters in this film are neurotic enough to match vintage Allen. Full Review
Justin Chang
The French are smelly, vulgar, racist and oversexed, or so it would seem based on 2 Days in New York, a scattershot culture-clash comedy that goes down like yesterday's foie gras. Full Review

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