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Is Anybody There?

(2009)

Rated PG-13 for language including sexual references, and some disturbing images.

PG-13 In Theaters 04/17/2009 , 94min.
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Viewer Score
56%
Viewer score based on 15 ratings
54%
Critic score based on 19 reviews

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May 24, 2009
NcFrrst
A sobering look at old age, all the big questions and learning that reaching out to others and making a positive impact in the lives of others is still the best way to go. Michael Caine was made for this role, he was great. A flawed but darn good and quite moving film.
May 13, 2009
SlsPro110
Great acting, great movie. Tired of the rock 'em, sock 'em movies always getting the acclaim when movies that have actual acting in them get ignored. This is a moving movie about life and how being elderly and youthful are beautiful. It will make you laugh and cry. Michael Caine should get the Academy Award for this one.
May 02, 2009
Nlf918
Awful and depressing

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Los Angeles Times
It is also hard not to see remnants of a younger Michael Caine -- beautifully seductive and enigmatic all those years ago in "Alfie." He has said his wife cried when she saw the performance; you understand why. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
It is also hard not to see remnants of a younger Michael Caine -- beautifully seductive and enigmatic all those years ago in "Alfie." He has said his wife cried when she saw the performance; you understand why. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
No one could save Is Anybody There? from its treacly self and Michael Caine doesn't, but he gives it a grand try. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
More deft than it first appears, director John Crowley's gentle-but-not-sappy drama features another late-day masterpiece-in-miniature from Michael Caine. Full Review
Michael Rechtshaffen
The Hollywood Reporter
While Caine and young Milner make for amusing adversaries, it's nice to see Crowley paying respect to his elders by populating the retirement home with a number of familiar faces, including those belonging to Rosemary Harris, Sylvia Syms and longtime "Coronation Street" resident Thelma Barlow. Full Review

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