Cherry

critic Reviews

, 37% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • It's certainly stylish and it offers Tom Holland a welcome opportunity to branch out, but Cherry's woes stem from a story that's too formulaic to bowl anyone over.
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    tt stern-enziWXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH)
    I'm impressed by it and fascinated by it...I say you should watch it, for seeing what these creatives are giving us, they're doing something different...
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    Roxana HadadiPajiba
    What an absolute mess of superficially explored themes about addiction and America.
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    Wenlei MaNews.com.au
    Not even the emotional depth or compassion Tom Holland imbues his unnamed character can save Cherry. Only a ruthless editor that would've been willing to cut 60 minutes out of it could have.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    Holland flings himself into the role, and sweats desperation every second. But the Russos undermine him at every turn...
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    Not perfect by any means, with many things wrong with it, but Tom Holland's performance pulls you through it, with the genre changing in each different section of his life.
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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    Rather than generating excitement, the insistence on momentum at all costs makes the film resemble an endless series of TV commercials strung together.
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    Richard PhippenNME
    Endgame might be the biggest movie the Russos ever make, but Cherry might be the best.
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    Al AlexanderThe Patriot Ledger
    Like a scrumptious looking sundae, the visuals are delicious in their appearance, but what lies beyond the aesthetics is just a lot of empty calories topped by a Cherry lacking both meaning and matter.
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    Mikel ZorrillaEspinof
    The film loses your interest as it goes along. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Katherine MonkEx-Press.com
    The Russos carved out the modern notion of heroism for a generation weaned on Iron Man's glowing breast. Cherry proves how much the Russos have learned about heroes, then it deconstructs the contents in each pocket of the cargo pants called male identity.
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