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Another Earth

Rated PG-13 for disturbing images, some sexuality, nudity and brief drug use.

PG-13 In Theaters 07/22/2011 , 92min.
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Viewer Score
79%
Viewer score based on 55 ratings
66%
Critic score based on 32 reviews

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December 01, 2012
powerman68
very interesting. we all wish we could un-do or have a second chance at something in our lives.
August 03, 2012
crashkidd34
Your keywords give things about the movies away. You do know they dont have to be visible...right? Do you even think about things like this?
February 01, 2012
chrismweitz
i didnt undstand the movie but i do give credit on the name of the movie. i thought it be someone in earth going to another earth in space.
January 28, 2012
arguelles67
I love the them and cried just reading the abstract!
January 27, 2012
ym00000000110767
it is ok, even though it is a girl's movie

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Village Voice
Unable to organically incorporate their Big Ideas into the narrative, the filmmakers lazily lay them on top, leaving the exposition of Another Earth's structuring fantasy to a blanket of background voiceover. Full Review
Amy Biancolli
San Francisco Chronicle
In its most touching moments, the film achieves a kind of sad and waltzing rhythm all its own. In its least, it's precious and plodding; the metaphoric link between grief and housework drags like a mop on a bathroom floor. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Quietly and movingly out of this world. Director Mike Cahill has woven sci-fi imaginings and quantum physics theories of parallel universes into a provocative meditation on the prospect of rewriting your life history. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Another Earth proves compellingly that science, intellect and emotion can coexist in mesmerizing synchronicity on the big screen. Full Review
Ella Taylor
NPR
More than anything, though, Another Earth is an impressive calling card for Brit Marling, who wrote and produced the movie with Cahill, a classmate from Georgetown University. Marling also steals the movie as Rhoda Williams. Full Review

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