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Rated R for some strong sexuality, drug use, and language.

R In Theaters 03/19/2010 , 100min.
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Viewer score based on 405 ratings
Critic score based on 39 reviews

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April 28, 2011
Ben stiller should find a new line of work
August 20, 2010
omg awful, movie went nowhere boring, avoid it yuck
July 14, 2010
A story of a middle-aged misfit whose critical attitudes and self-centered orientation has predictable results in causing him relationship problems and chronic disgruntlement. He meets a young vulnerable and floundering girl looking for some direction in her life - herself a potential misfit. The movie ends before the future disaster of their relationship unfolds, sparing the viewer more
July 13, 2010
This was the worst movie that I have ever seen, Literally! I usually check moviefone's website for reviews before I rent or purchase a movie. I noticed users and critics gave this 4 stars and I happen to like Ben Stiller so... Anyways I have never been so confused, bored and angry at the movie. Do not waste your money..
May 16, 2010
well, despite what others are saying about the movie, i really enjoyed it...while it does seem to go nowhere fast, the dialouge is very real, something i think these other people can't the end, i wondered why, but i had a big smile on my face...

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

A.O. Scott
The New York Times
It is the funniest and saddest movie Mr. Baumbach has made so far, and also the riskiest. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
A delicate, if slightly smoggy, feeling of regret hangs over Greenberg, a quietly funny portrait of grown-ups growing up. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
Any comic relief it affords comes with such an undertow of repressed emotions and displaced anger that it all starts to feel more depressing than dramatic. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Powerfully honest, insightful and poignant. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Putting them together was a bold casting move, but as good as they both are in their roles--she (Gerwig) in the flustered, galumphing mode of early Teri Garr, he (Stiller) in the clenched and mumbling one of late Woody Allen--they never quite seem to be sharing the same movie. Full Review

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