(2004)

Critic Reviews

55

Metascore

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88
Chicago Tribune
Ultimately, p.s. confirms Kidd's talent without expanding it or achieving the comic/dramatic heights of "Roger Dodger."
75
Fascinating because it require us to see the younger character through two sets of eyes -- our own, which witness an attractive woman drawn to a younger male, and the women's, which see a lost love in a new container.
75
P.S., adapted from Helen Schulman's novel, is Linney's show, and she makes it hilarious and haunting.
75
The offbeat screenplay turns even the corny bits in unpredictable directions, and it's rare indeed to see such consistently superb ensemble acting.
75
ReelViews
An intriguing and satisfying romance that may hold some appeal even for those who normally do not like films about affairs of the heart.
75
Premiere
Director Dylan Kidd sneaks some pretty profound observations about love and life by us.
63
Linney remains a full-blooded character so memorable that she's worth watching - even in a less-than-memorable movie.
60
The Hollywood Reporter
A meticulously rendered romantic drama, very well acted and featuring solid production values and location work that makes New York feel like one of the movie's characters. The only problem is the story is rather flat.
50
Entertainment Weekly
The movie implodes, with each actor less vivid than he or she ought to be and each character less connected to the others than necessary for such an arbitrary plot.
50
Goes disappointingly soft despite two dynamite lead performances.
50
New York Daily News
Its premise had me worn out by the second reel.

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