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January 18, 2012
never heard of it...must of been a doozy..lol didnt even see it at the golden globes...shall we say...wait for cable?
October 01, 2011
Enjoy the first third of the film, and then quickly go home. Actors are wonderful but they have nothing to work with.
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Los Angeles Times
The insistently quirky details don't disguise the fact that the drama grows ever more predictable and precious, complete with falling-in-love montage. Screenwriter Jason Lew's character insights take the form of the obvious. Full Review
The New York Times
It is hard to say, though, if this film, directed by Gus Van Sant from a script by Jason Lew, is an argument for denial or a treatise on acceptance. Curiously, and in a way that is sometimes touching and sometimes icky, it does not seem to perceive much of a difference. Full Review
Restless is saved from movie-of-the-week soppiness by its plucky lead actors; by now we assume (correctly) that Wasikowska will infuse her character with lucid, clear-eyed warmth. Full Review
Restless is a self-consciously quirky coming-of-age tale that's essentially a teenage hipster "Love Story." Full Review
An emotionally rewarding experience: strong performances from leads Henry Hooper and Mia Wasikowska and a tender love story conveyed with genuine feeling. Full Review