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Somewhere

(2010)

Rated R for sexual content, nudity and language.

R In Theaters 12/22/2010 , 97min.
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Viewer Score
92%
Viewer score based on 168 ratings
67%
Critic score based on 40 reviews

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January 30, 2012
kwj56
sofia is a genius.the characters in her movie Lost and Somewhere remind me of the classic La Dolce Vita.Anybody who is not impressed, the way I am, has a lot to learn . Werner
September 06, 2011
cairma
Worse movie Ive ever seen
June 20, 2011
fairymrs
I found this movie going no where and frustrating. Maybe that's how it's supposed to be and how Johnny felt.
June 03, 2011
eprmhs
DUMB and BORING
May 04, 2011
nk00000000090313
Whoever could manage to get past ten minutes of this film, should be paid directly by Sophia Copolla herself. What a piece of trash, boring as hell, crap extras or cameos, who cares. Ridiculous to see someone that is birthed into Hollywood be able to throw money at such a piece of dog turd movie, and get it released theatrically plus globally. Wow, whoever rated this film more than one star and

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The Hollywood Reporter
After her foray into historical costumers with "Marie Antoinette," Sofia Coppola makes a happy return to "Lost in Translation" territory in the cutback charmer Somewhere, which illuminates the emptiness of a movie star's life in Los Angeles through close observation and gentle irony. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
The opening shot of Somewhere, Sofia Coppola's exquisite, melancholy and formally audacious fourth feature, prepares you for what is to follow in a characteristically oblique and subtle manner. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
"Don't tell, show" has been the writer's imperative for generations; Coppola takes that edict to its most visual and satisfying extremes. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Some could find the story verging on self-indulgence, and indeed there are patches that teeter perilously close. But we care about the two main characters, and we root for them to reconnect as father and daughter. Full Review
David Denby
The New Yorker
The futility of a noodling movie star is hardly a revelation of the absurdity of the human condition, or whatever this movie is supposed to be about. [20 & 27 Dec. 2010, p. 146] Full Review
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