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Rachel Getting Married

Rated R for language and brief sexuality.

R In Theaters 10/3/2008 , 111min.
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Viewer score based on 71 ratings
82%
Critic score based on 36 reviews

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March 27, 2013
cristinota
Why?
December 20, 2009
IDCMasta
I enjoyed this movie immensely. I admittedly came end as a Anne Hathaway groupie but, her performace as Kym surprised me on how good it was. She really nailed the role of a troubled, self centered young woman like her character in Havoc. I think the rest of cast did a great job in playing their characters. None of the performaces felt contrived. Some people in their reviews of this movie didn't
March 16, 2009
Butsys
This is the worst film that I have ever seen. It is disjointed , unfocused, poorly acted and a total waste of my time.
January 25, 2009
ROTORBABE2
Hated it! Way too close to home for me, being the "black sheep" in the family. Why did she put herself through all of that? I would have been gone after the first confrontation. They obviously didn't want her there,except to pick on. Why did I stay till the end? Not even close to Robert Altman.
December 30, 2008
Atamianpm
I walked out after 25min. This is self indulgent drivel that someone apparently feels is worthy of calling cinema. I love Anne Hathaway but she is not a sympathetic figure in this move - just a brat. Avoid this movie like the plague.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

The Hollywood Reporter
A film whose lightness of touch rides a wave of family conflict to perfectly balance smiles and tears. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
It's a small movie, and in some ways a very sad one, but it has an undeniable and authentic vitality, an exuberance of spirit, that feels welcome and rare. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
At its best in scenes featuring Hathaway's mercurial character. It's a triumphant and darkly nuanced role for her and a departure from the more lighthearted comedic performances she has given. Full Review
Dana Stevens
Slate
Hathaway transcends her usual complacency in this role and resists the temptation of using Kym's (and her own) wounded-bird appeal to let the character off the hook. Full Review
Deborah Young
The Hollywood Reporter
A film whose lightness of touch rides a wave of family conflict to perfectly balance smiles and tears. Full Review

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