Joe Neumaier New York Daily News
Another preachy, overacted message film that owes its out-of-time structure to "21 Grams" and "Babel," except writer-director Charles Oliver uses the idea of restorative justice. show more
Maitland McDonagh TV Guide
Driver and Renner deliver haunting performances in this story of crime and punishment. show more
Roger Ebert Chicago Sun-Times
Well, you can't fault the actors. That must mean it's the fault of the writer and director. Take is a monotonous slog through dirgeland, telling a story that seems strung out beyond all reason, with flashbacks upon flashbacks delaying interminably the underwhelming climax. show more
Kyle Smith New York Post
A woefully earnest indie about a crime and its aftermath. show more
Marjorie Baumgarten Austin Chronicle
A dreadfully misguided movie. show more
Los Angeles Times
In the end, Take is too enamored of its time-shifting gimmick and cheap suspense to ultimately have much impact. show more
Take has the audacity to excuse its bad cinematic habits as figments of both Saul and Ana's imaginations. show more
Nathan Lee The New York Times
Subjective or not, the movie is a bore and an eyesore. show more
September 09, 2010 milakette
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Oh, don't you just like Newspeak: "educationally challenged son"... Oh, gimme a break, please!
July 25, 2008 Ker10187
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This was such a great movie!!!! I went to see it in NY last weekend, and it was so moving. I loved how the movie dealt with the issues of forgiveness and restoritive justice. Overall, AMAZING movie, powerful, and moving!!!
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