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6.5

Generally favorable reviews- based on 66 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 48 out of 66
  2. Negative: 11 out of 66
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  1. JohnP.
    Aug 8, 2007
    10
    I just saw a preview of this film at the Arclight. This is a very, very funny screenplay, with clever insights on relationships and American and French stereotypes. It matches Annie Hall in its wit and style, and Julie Delpy proves herself to be multi-talented artist. As an aside, I gave a $20 gold piece copy to a very charming lady after the screening at a club two blocks down the I just saw a preview of this film at the Arclight. This is a very, very funny screenplay, with clever insights on relationships and American and French stereotypes. It matches Annie Hall in its wit and style, and Julie Delpy proves herself to be multi-talented artist. As an aside, I gave a $20 gold piece copy to a very charming lady after the screening at a club two blocks down the street. Just my way of saying thanks. 818 348 9515. Your call would be most welcome. -- John Collapse
  2. AaronS.
    Aug 11, 2008
    9
    I find it rare to come across a movie that I thoroughly enjoy start to finish. This was a good surprise. Had many good laughs though-out.
  3. JavierU.
    Dec 2, 2007
    9
    A fresh view of men's fear, and of an entire culture's fear.
  4. KathyS
    Sep 16, 2007
    10
    Loved every minute. Laugh-out-loud funny in many spots, well written, well acted, with a lot of truth to it. Bravo to Julie Delpy for a job well done on all counts! I never cared for Adam Goldberg before but I loved him in this.
  5. DemetriG
    Dec 9, 2007
    9
    Definitely a funny, laugh-out-loud film that is a crass and charming at the same time! This a a film that saturates the audience with the overwhelming tensions that exist in love and romance. You share in the characters' nauseating discomfort when dialog between two different cultures and languages get lost in translation. As such tension can be uncomfortable for the viewer to watch Definitely a funny, laugh-out-loud film that is a crass and charming at the same time! This a a film that saturates the audience with the overwhelming tensions that exist in love and romance. You share in the characters' nauseating discomfort when dialog between two different cultures and languages get lost in translation. As such tension can be uncomfortable for the viewer to watch sometimes, It's is nonetheless the perfect icebreaker to discuss issues that have creeped up in a couple's own personal relationship, and will guarantee to make one laugh, and maybe even save a marriage (!). Expand
  6. WednesdayS
    Nov 26, 2007
    9
    Adult dialog with exaggerated circumstances you can "relate to" which make it hilariously funny. Modern day relationship with all over the top characters representing real phobias of partnership.
  7. AllieC.
    Aug 12, 2007
    10
    An excellent film. This film was throughly enjoyable. It had quite a few laugh-out-loud funny moments in the dialogue. The chemistry between Goldberg and Delpy was excellent.
  8. Dec 28, 2011
    9
    Quirky, real and funny. Although it sometimes verges on being a little too out there the main story feels like a truthful representation of the highs and lows of two unique people in a relationship, whilst being completely hilarious. Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg clearly have chemistry (they were together in real life before the film), taking the film from good to great, It'll beQuirky, real and funny. Although it sometimes verges on being a little too out there the main story feels like a truthful representation of the highs and lows of two unique people in a relationship, whilst being completely hilarious. Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg clearly have chemistry (they were together in real life before the film), taking the film from good to great, It'll be interesting to see how 2 days in New York turns out without Goldberg and Paris as a character of its own Expand
Metascore
67

Generally favorable reviews - based on 30 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 27 out of 30
  2. Negative: 0 out of 30
  1. The movie should be seen with a large, responsive audience--the better to live with it in the moment instead of worrying about where it’s going.
  2. 40
    Anyone hoping that 2 Days in Paris will revisit such peppy romance (“Annie Hall”), however, will be frustrated. There is an extra rawness here, a determination to confront and annoy.
  3. Reviewed by: Jim Ridley
    70
    Delpy shows Linklater's influence in her willingness to let actors work and walk at length, and she has an unusually playful style for an actor turned filmmaker.