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Rated R • 1h 48m
LaBute is some kind of find: an auteur for people who don't like movies.
San Francisco Chronicle by
A wonderfully twisted comedy.
New York Daily News by
A black comedy that features Renee Zellweger as the most adorable psychiatric-trauma victim ever.
New York Post by
This oddly cheerful, decreasingly dark comedy actually works and can boast some of the most enjoyable performances of the year.
Charlotte Observer by
Betty moves into Coen Brothers territory, a land so unreal that horrific behavior wrings laughter from a disbelieving audience.
Entertainment Weekly by
The superb screenplay won an award at Cannes this year for good reason.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer by
He (LaBute) pulls the farce and the violence and the fantasies together with a deft touch and a sweetness rare in American films -- especially his.
Portland Oregonian by
It's a nicely tart gulp of grown-up wit and cynicism -- with, for a change, a cherry on top.
The New York Times by
It is easily the finest American comedy since David O. Russell's "Flirting With Disaster," another road movie that never ran out of poignantly funny surprises.
USA Today by
Observing Zellweger as she dispenses her brand of movie magic definitely is good for what ails you.
Heads You Live... Tails You Die.
They were three small time girls, with big time dreams. Now, fate is giving the Pussycats, the chance of a lifetime.