Wrinkles
Wrinkles (2014)

Martin Sheen (The West Wing, The Departed), Matthew Modine (The Dark Knight Rises, Weeds), and George Coe (Funny People, Archer) lead a cast of eccentric characters who rebel against authority in this wonderfully animated and poignant… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: July 15, 2014
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Critic Score: 96% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Poignant and tender without succumbing to schmaltz, Wrinkles offers a thoughtful -- and beautifully animated -- look at old age.

Jeff Labrecque
Entertainment Weekly

Rare is the "cartoon" that penetrates and even haunts; Wrinkles is not easily forgotten.

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Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

Heavy doses of humor and empathy, along with gorgeous hand-drawn animation, keep things from getting too morbid.

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Brian Gibson
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)

With its wry moments and poetic interludes, this is a film that takes its time, though time is all the old-age home's residents have. But it's the mixture of melancholy, wistfulness, and ennui here that makes the headiest, heartiest cocktail.

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Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times

Unfolding in simple yet wonderfully expressive hand-drawn frames, the film's unsparingly observant plot depicts the slide into senility with empathy and imagination.

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Sherilyn Connelly
Village Voice

A beautiful, subtle horror movie about the rigors of old age, made all the more horrifying because it will happen to all of us fortunate enough to live a long life.

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David Noh
Film Journal International

Literally dedicated to "all the old people of today, and of tomorrow," this animated look at aging is deeply humanistic, immensely moving, often hilarious and quite, quite wonderful.

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Jesse Hassenger
AV Club

Wrinkles doesn't offer the aesthetic rewards necessary to make its sad material compelling.

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Sara Stewart
New York Post

The film doesn't wallow in grief; it's a thoughtful and nuanced portrait of a stage of life we often choose not to see.

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Wes Greene
Slant Magazine

In its visionary dream and flashback sequences, the film becomes a comment on the rapidly diminished state of traditional animation.

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