The Daily Telegraph
' hugely enjoyable'The complete review is available at The Daily Telegraph
Every magazine or newspaper has its own scoring system, it will be adapted to Screenrush's scale from 1 to 5 stars.
' heartfelt, hilarious and the cast is a dream-team topped by Viola Davis. What's more, it hinges on a gross-out scene that wouldn't look out of place in a John Waters film'The complete review is available at Time Out
'Ms. Davis helps lift up several weaker performances and invests this cautious, at times bizarrely buoyant, movie with the gravity it frequently seems to want to shrug off.'The complete review is available at New York Times
'The movie is facile, not a little patronising, and it ends up as crude and sentimental.'
'A simplistic portrayal of historic race relations boosted by terrific performances from some of the best actresses working in Hollywood today'The complete review is available at Empire
'Terrifically performed, with enough humour and heart that you'll ignore its flaws.'
'Onscreen, Spencer and Viola Davis, both great actresses, have given Stockett's words the shape, the rhythm, and the pitch of their own temperaments. They sound right.'The complete review is available at New Yorker
'A faithful, heart-warming adaptation that will satisfy fans of the book, divert the uninitiated and tickle the Academy's fancy.'The complete review is available at Total Film
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