Don't Move

User Score
6.6

Generally favorable reviews- based on 14 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 9 out of 14
  2. Negative: 4 out of 14

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  1. Lucy
    Mar 13, 2005
    4
    The film is silly. Cruz gives a good acting performance but is let down by a bad script. The film has some intersting moments but the storyline is about one of hope and a guardian angel is stupid. I think women are treated as 2nd class citizens in this drama. Cruz should have castrated the Doctor after he raped her. Or at least blackmail him or informed his wife. Do something instead The film is silly. Cruz gives a good acting performance but is let down by a bad script. The film has some intersting moments but the storyline is about one of hope and a guardian angel is stupid. I think women are treated as 2nd class citizens in this drama. Cruz should have castrated the Doctor after he raped her. Or at least blackmail him or informed his wife. Do something instead nothing. Bah all rubbish, a typically written story by a man who thinks he can get awqy with rape with no consequences like guilt. He goes home to his his as if nothing happened. Women don't get mad they get even!! Expand
Metascore
59

Mixed or average reviews - based on 20 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 20
  2. Negative: 1 out of 20
  1. 50
    There's nothing cute, cloying, or playful about the lovers in Sergio Castellitto's opaque romantic drama Don't Move, but in their way, they're as incomprehensible as the stars of any gimmicky comic love film.
  2. Reviewed by: Deborah Young
    80
    In his second outing as a director, top thesp Sergio Castellitto (also playing the surgeon) takes the viewer on an emotion-filled ride and brings a violently masculine perspective to the story. However, it is Penelope Cruz who gives the film's knockout performance.
  3. 70
    A compelling if not altogether convincing tale of mad love and divine redemption, adapted from the prize-winning novel by Castellitto's wife, Margaret Mazzantini.