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Cheri

(2009)

Rated R for some sexual content and brief drug use.

R In Theaters 06/26/2009 , 92min.
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63%
Viewer score based on 24 ratings
63%
Critic score based on 27 reviews

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April 23, 2010
drarthurwells
Entertaining but over-rated.
October 05, 2009
Margiesmith4
I am apalled at the sexually explicit scenes in this could have been wonderful movie. Anyone else share my opinion???
July 07, 2009
HHI ROCK
I hoped this movie would be a knock out because of Pfeiffer and Kathy Bates but I found it a dreadful bore. The visuals were great and the costumes fabulous but the story while a simple one was stupid and a real snooze. I had hoped this would be a super chick flick and just found it to be a turkey instead. Kathy Bates was the best in the film I feel she will get a supporting nomination for
July 02, 2009
Wahoobear
Really a superb flic. Pfeiffer is faboulous in the part, Great visuals - a really complex and interesting story about life - as true today as when Collete wrote the story. Pfeiffer is certainly Oscar worthy.
June 28, 2009
JVNYC4040
Great movie. Michelle Pfeiffer was brilliant. Hope this is the year she is finally given her long awaited Oscar. And at 51, Michelle Pfeiffer is still beautiful. Kathie Bates was great as usual. Movie had it all, laughs, romance. Must see.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Washington Post
Cheri looks terrific, if a bit gauzy at times, and Frears, who directed Pfeiffer in that other Frenchified frolic, "Dangerous Liaisons," is never at rest. Still, the movie bogs down by going nowhere other than inside its characters, who are intensely passionate but of an era more curious than emotionally relevant. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Cheri, like the character, is an entertaining bauble without much on its mind. Full Review
Derek Elley
Variety
Like a passable bottle of champagne, Cheri fizzes and slides down quite easily but lacks real body and doesn't really hit the spot. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
A respectable and satisfying historical romantic melodrama. Full Review
John Anderson
Washington Post
Cheri looks terrific, if a bit gauzy at times, and Frears, who directed Pfeiffer in that other Frenchified frolic, "Dangerous Liaisons," is never at rest. Still, the movie bogs down by going nowhere other than inside its characters, who are intensely passionate but of an era more curious than emotionally relevant. Full Review

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