Metascore
43

Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 3 out of 16
  2. Negative: 2 out of 16
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  1. Reviewed by: Sara Stewart
    Jun 6, 2013
    38
    Predicated almost entirely on the repeated juxtaposition of innocent girlishness and mindless violence, Violet & Daisy could still have been campy fun β€” instead, it wilts for lack of wit.
  2. Reviewed by: Rex Reed
    Jun 4, 2013
    25
    This disoriented drivel was written by β€” and marks the directing debut of β€” Geoffrey Fletcher, who won an Academy Award for writing "Precious." It’s weird, but not in a good way.
User Score
7.3

Generally favorable reviews- based on 25 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 5 out of 6
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 6
  3. Negative: 1 out of 6
  1. Oct 5, 2013
    10
    That was an exceptionally clever film.
    If you aren't paying attention you will completely miss what is really happening.
    Lets just say
    That was an exceptionally clever film.
    If you aren't paying attention you will completely miss what is really happening.

    Lets just say that any critic who complained about the semi-emotionless acting of the girls or the seemingly unconnected dream sequences completely missed the real story.
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  2. Jun 7, 2013
    10
    Truly amazing action sequences, Violet & Daisy absolutely delivers great sweet bonding, and positive messages about friendship, the plot wasTruly amazing action sequences, Violet & Daisy absolutely delivers great sweet bonding, and positive messages about friendship, the plot was interesting and the acting was really good, I had a great time while watching this movie, I highly recommend it to any one who is willing to have fun! Full Review »
  3. Dec 19, 2014
    7
    Beautifully filmed, scored, and acted, the writing is on the weird side, but the movie kept me going to the end. Ultimately it's about bondingBeautifully filmed, scored, and acted, the writing is on the weird side, but the movie kept me going to the end. Ultimately it's about bonding and the importance of family, despite the nonchalant violence. Full Review »