A.O. Scott loves Me and You and Everyone We Know, and pleads, "I like [this film] very much, and I hope you will, too." It's an authentic wish that everyone could see the good in something that many won't bother to see the good in. (Plus it makes you feel a weird, nebulous guilt about a bad thing you haven't even done yet.) But Scott's wish is deserved: July has pulled off the merging of installation art and cinema with aplomb, and the result is "touching, ... funny, [and] borderline creepy."