Edmond

critic Reviews

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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Frank SwietekOne Guy's Opinion
    A somewhat soggy French soufflé, still edible but hardly delectable.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Josh MartinFilm Inquiry
    It's not revolutionary, but Cyrano, My Love's well-executed array of simple pleasures satisfies from start to finish.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Gary M. KramerCinema76
    Cyrano, My Love, is actually very much like Léo: handsome but dumb. But it uses Edmond's romantic and witty word to appeal to viewers-and it works.
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    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    [Cyrano, My Love] is definitely something to touch the heart.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Diane CarsonKDHX (St. Louis)
    The other actors, especially Thomas Solivérès as Edmond, Olivier Gourmet as Coquelin, and director Michalik himself as playwright Georges Feydeau, give fine performances, clearly totally committed to the style and approach.
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    Sarah BoslaughTheArtsStl
    ... a beautifully produced piece of arthouse cinema...
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Matthew LickonaSan Diego Reader
    For us to care about the froth, we need a proper sense of the churning that creates it.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    There is some entertainment to be had from Gourmet's cheerfully flamboyant turn as Coquelin, but even with his effort, "Cyrano, My Love" misses the mark by a hell of a lot more than a nose.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Pat PaduaThe DC Line
    The swooning camerawork from Fellini collaborator Giovanni Fiore Coltellacci helps transform the film's largely stage-bound action into visuals that capture the delirium of its scrappy featured players.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    It captures that rebellious, hopelessly optimistic, and uniquely theatrical spirit of the show needing to go on -- even when said show hasn't been fully written yet...
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