Fluid and lyrical and thoroughly transporting. Full Review
There's nothing wrong, nor particularly right about the experience. It just sits there, like a Nike ad. Full Review
The New York Times
Largely because Mr. Cuaron is such a voluptuous visual stylist, this Great Expectations is capable of wonder even when its wilder ideas misfire. Full Review
May not be an absolute triumph, but it's significantly better than just a good effort.
New York Daily News
Lean's wonderful 1946 movie are taken down a peg with a tawdry update of Great Expectations set in modern-day Florida and New York. [30 January 1998, p. 44] Full Review