Release Date: April 4, 2008
6.6
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Generally favorable reviews based on 55 Ratings
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MaxB.Nov 1, 2008
Dull dull dull.
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JoeT.Apr 5, 2008
Horrible photocopy of Wong's previous films (notably the magnificent Chungking Express)... but it's now in speak English! The movie scores '1' for any English speakers frightened by subtitles. Everyone else definitely Horrible photocopy of Wong's previous films (notably the magnificent Chungking Express)... but it's now in speak English! The movie scores '1' for any English speakers frightened by subtitles. Everyone else definitely should view any of his previous splendid films. Expand
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CoreyJ.May 3, 2008
One of Wong's best films. The subtlety and craftsmanship remain as he transposes his work into the American idiom. A fantastic piece on love and the waves it sends through people.
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MarcosF.Jul 5, 2008
An inspiring exercise of a road-movie by one of the most talented of the directors alive.
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JaredC.Apr 1, 2008
Even if Wong Kar Wai and Lawrence Block's My Blueberry Nights doesn't have a high-pitch note to whistle the beauty of romance, it still has a firm mood that audiences will feel awry about.
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DavideL.Apr 19, 2008
the interpretation of Norah Jones is the very nice surprise of a very bad film. a film with a ridiculous plot and nothing to say.
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BessyR.Apr 5, 2008
Not very engaging, hard to see Jones as an actress when she is also singing for the film's theme...disappointing..
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ChadS.May 10, 2008
In an episode of NBC's "Friends", Joey(Matt LeBlanc) uses a deep lothario-like voice to make the most innocuous phrases sound lascivious; for instance, "grandma's apple pie". In "My Blueberry Nights", this filmmaker transforms the In an episode of NBC's "Friends", Joey(Matt LeBlanc) uses a deep lothario-like voice to make the most innocuous phrases sound lascivious; for instance, "grandma's apple pie". In "My Blueberry Nights", this filmmaker transforms the blueberry pie "a la mode" into a sexual metaphor; read: a feminine body part in flux. Now this is an American pie ready for action. The filmmaker depicts female desire through dessert(rivulets of vanilla ice cream streaming down the crust and filling) with lyricism(read: slo-mo), because he wants to maintain an air of mystery about Elizabeth(Norah Jones). Does she come into Jeremy's cafe for friendship, or for love? The pie is a clue. The patina of cream lewdly smeared on Elizabeth's lips that suddenly disappears is another clue. But the filmmaker withholds the particulars about this vanishing smidgeon of vanilla towards the end of "My Blueberry Nights". The kiss belongs to Jeremy(Jude Law), a stand-in for the filmmaker, who records the moment on a surveillance tape(a metaphor for authorship). The kiss is personal. The kiss is performed under the filmic construct of auteurism. This kiss, is no ordinary kiss. This filmmaker, is no ordinary filmmaker. Expand
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TinaR.Jun 28, 2008
PU! This movie had no real plot. It was boring to say the least.
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DiamondS.May 24, 2008
This movie was engaging, but the plot failed miserably. The screen writer should have done more with Norah Jones character. It was definatly missing something and Norah Jones was not believable in the role. She had more sexual chemisty with This movie was engaging, but the plot failed miserably. The screen writer should have done more with Norah Jones character. It was definatly missing something and Norah Jones was not believable in the role. She had more sexual chemisty with both leading ladies then she did with Jude Law. Expand
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JayH.Jun 23, 2008
5.5/10. My Blueberry Nights has all the right ingredients, a skillful director, great cast, good story, but for me it just didn't work and I found my mind wandering and not wanting to stay focused. It lacked character depth.
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SebastianB.Nov 21, 2008
Characters were undeveloped, I couldn't feel empathy for anyone. I'm a fan of Norah Jones' music but her acting semed very flat. A forgettable movie.
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BroyaxJan 27, 2017
Putain ! tout le film se passe dans un bistrot avec une bande de cons en train de manger des gâteaux et dans le lot, des chialeuses et des pleurnichards qui racontent de la merde, c'est-à-dire leur vie sentimentale pitoyablement dérisoirePutain ! tout le film se passe dans un bistrot avec une bande de cons en train de manger des gâteaux et dans le lot, des chialeuses et des pleurnichards qui racontent de la merde, c'est-à-dire leur vie sentimentale pitoyablement dérisoire avec laquelle on ne voudrait même pas se torcher le cul. J'aime pas Norah trucmuche la geignarde qui essaye de faire l'actrice alors qu'elle sait déjà pas couiner proprement ses chansonnettes à deux balles qui te filent la migraine. Quelle daube ! Expand
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