Directed By:Ritesh Batra
Written By:Scott Neustadter, Michael H. Weber
In Theaters:Sep 29, 2017 limited
On Disc/Streaming:Sep 29, 2017
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Critic Reviews for Our Souls at Night
All Critics (25) | Top Critics (12) | Fresh (22) | Rotten (3)
These are good people, and these are great actors portraying these good people, and if you not rooting for Louis and Addie to find comfort and love and peace with one another in their last years, then I just don’t know what to tell you.
A contrived but surprisingly enjoyable return visit with two frequent co-stars and a few other wonderful actors.
Our Souls at Night is a small film, and it’s often such a placid one that it feels like it’s standing in place.
Those who stop to savor it could find themselves richly rewarded in witnessing this pair together again on screen.
As comforting, low-key and unfussy as your grandmother’s tablecloth.
A disappointingly subdued reunion for Fonda and Redford.
A flawed yet ultimately lovely film centering on a mature romance and starring two icons.
It is possibly too early in his career to tell, but there aren’t many filmmakers who display in their films the empathy Ritesh Batra does in his.
Batra lets the well-worked chemistry Redford and Fonda share do the heavy lifting… they still bring out in each other a warmth and an easygoing manner, as if they’ve always been and always will be like this.
If you want to catch two actors at the peak of their powers, what are you waiting for?
A touching and elegant movie about the healing qualities of deep talk in the last stage of life.
A rare quality in film, quiet grace…two marvelous actors with their chemistry undimmed, with a deep understanding of craft and a deep trust in each other.
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