Long Weekend Reviews

  • Long Weekend
    • Genre : Romance,Comedy
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    • Studio : Sony Pictures
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Movie Reviews

  • refreshing and inventive; Finn Wittrock and Zoe Chao's chemistry is undeniable, floating the film on their endearing charm; The soulful, comforting sentiments at the core of Basilone's feature are really what ring true
    by Courtney Howard [Variety ]
  • it's thoughtful, intimate, and wonderfully executed; with strong characters and a twist that meaningfully adds to their story, "Long Weekend" is an engaging romantic tale that offers a satisfying journey
    4 of 5 by Mae Abdulbaki [ScreenRant ]
  • it's hard to tear down a film this earnest and competent; Finn Wittrock and Zoe Chao are undeniably well-cast here, capable of turning pretentious dialogue and an onslaught of niche pop culture references into relatable, human conversation
    Review rate : B- by Jon Negroni [Awards Watch ]
  • Finn Wittrock and Zoe Chao are a winning duo in sweet romantic comedy; Wittrock and Chao have a winning natural chemistry that makes you believe, even as questions abound and overwhelm the thinking side of your brain
    Review rate : B by Adam Graham [Detroit News ]
  • a sweet but undercooked sci-fi romance; "Long Weekend" is so narrowly enchanted by the idea of meeting someone who might save your life that it only bothers to explore it in the most literal terms
    Review rate : C by David Ehrlich [IndieWire ]
  • a sly charmer; Clever enough to not take his plot too seriously while fully indulging in its sentimentality, the filmmaker has crafted an undeniably feel-good romantic comedy. You'll have to try hard not to fall under its spell
    by Frank Scheck [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • a movie about one such cloying pair, "Long Weekend," is nearly derailed by lovey-dovey irksomeness, but it's rescued by a clever twist; Stephen Basilone's ending is deeply satisfying, though, and comes together in a sharply plotted, moving way
    2 of 4 by Johnny Oleksinski [New York Post ]
  • "Long Weekend" is a real charmer; in the modest but completely engaging new film, Finn Wittrock and Zoe Chao, do not disappoint in making this sci-fi spin on a well-worn and often-tired genre sparkle for most of its 91 minutes
    by Pete Hammond [Deadline ]
  • "Long Weekend" is a nice little gem of escapist entertainment that keeps us guessing until the very end; Bart and Vienna are beautiful together and wouldn't it be something if this was all real and not just a fantasy
    3 of 4 by Richard Roeper [Chicago Sun-Times ]

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