Your Company


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United Kingdom, United States · 2021
1h 55m
Director Miguel Sapochnik
Starring Tom Hanks, Caleb Landry Jones, Oscar Avila, Lora Martinez-Cunningham
Genre Adventure, Drama, Science Fiction

Years after a solar flare destroys the ozone layer, Planet Earth is largely uninhabitable. Robotics engineer Finch Weinberg is one of the few survivors, living with his beloved dog, Goodyear. Along with a humanoid robot, Jeff, Finch and Goodyear embark on a perilous journey out West to escape an impending storm.

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TheWrap by Alonso Duralde

Apart from the pleasurable specifics of Hanks’ and Landry Jones’ performances (to say nothing of Seamus, the film’s scene-stealing canine co-star), you’ve seen all this before.


IndieWire by David Ehrlich

A broadly safe film like “Finch” might roll into its destination with an ease that belies the risks of getting there, but sometimes the real treasure is the friends we build along the way.


The Hollywood Reporter by David Rooney

There’s little that’s unpredictable in Miguel Sapochnik’s unabashedly sentimental sci-fi road movie, which could almost have been assembled in a robotics lab from the durable parts of countless movies past. But darned if I wasn’t misting up in the melancholy climactic scenes.


San Francisco Chronicle by Mick LaSalle

But there’s not enough in “Finch” to sustain an audience’s interest for a full 115 minutes. At 85 minutes, it might have been a touching and eccentric novelty. As it stands, “Finch” is something of a slog. A slog in good company, but a slog all the same.


Empire by Olly Richards

Tom Hanks is more than enough to make this almost one-man show thrilling and heart-breaking. Prepare to weep. Doubly so if you’re a dog person.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

An adorable trio pootle around a post-apocalyptic world in this sentimental sci-fi that curiously lacks any sense of danger.

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