Milk & Honey
Milk & Honey (2005)

Joe Maggio's second film, Milk & Honey, is a tale of a marriage with problems. Rick (Clint Jordan) and Joyce (Kirsten Russell) go their separate ways into the night after a disastrous appearance together at an office function. The… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 2, 2005
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Critic Score: 56% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Lisa Rose
Newark Star-Ledger

With its downtown context and mood of escalating desperation, the movie bears a strong resemblance to Martin Scorsese's Manhattan odyssey, After Hours.

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

Milk and Honey is the kind of nightmare- in-a-box you might expect if Neil LaBute remade Martin Scorsese's After Hours on a shoestring.

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Edward Havens
FilmJerk.com

Without a single redeeming character or moment that rings true, audiences will likely cheer for all the bad things that happen to this truly reprehensible couple.

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Lou Lumenick
New York Post

Some fine performances shine through in Joe Maggio's pretentious, credulity-straining dramedy.

Mark Holcomb
Village Voice

A disarmingly effective reckoning with loss and regret.

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Kevin Allison
Premiere Magazine

The acting is so intriguing, the plot so unpredictable and the imagery so vibrant, the whole thing is compelling from beginning to end.

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Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

It's not surprising that director Joe Maggio got Hal Hartley to score his off-kilter drama. Both upend clichés through a deadpan visual style and mordant performances. As a result, both have had uneven success.

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Prairie Miller
Long Island Press

The characters each make their separate ways through Manhattan's cavernous underbelly, that is less milk and honey than a lunatic Dante's Inferno.

Maitland McDonagh
TV Guide's Movie Guide

The contrivances culminate in a melancholy resolution that lends a certain quiet gravity to everything that precedes it, a small grace note that rings surprisingly true.

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