Bleeding Love

critic Reviews

, 58% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Katie RifeRogerEbert.com
    It’s a film that’s been thought out but doesn’t reach any new conclusions&#59; that assembles some good elements, but doesn’t really consider how they all fit together.
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    Rex ReedObserver
    Ewan McGregor is polished enough to establish a mood of unflagging realism, undaunted by a script that provides almost no opportunity to keep the momentum going.
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    Manohla DargisNew York Times
    It’s hard to see why this movie was made other than to expand Clara McGregor’s résumé.
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    Stephen RodrickVariety
    A meandering road trip that eventually finds its way home.
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    Caryn JamesHollywood Reporter
    This uneven indie road-trip drama is at times too by-the-numbers but is always captivating thanks to its two stars, who hold the screen throughout.
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    Carla HayCulture Mix
    Credible performances from real-life father and daughter Ewan McGregor and Clara McGregor carry this uneven road-trip drama during its weaker moments. If you want a more realistic look at how addiction affects families, watch any episode of Intervention.
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    Kat HughesTHN
    Both Ewan and Clara McGregor are on top form in this exploration of a broken bond between father and daughter.
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    Stephanie ArcherFilm Inquiry
    A film that leaves viewers with a sense of hope and release, Bleeding Love works to examine the ties that bind and the pain one must face to overcome.
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    Steven ProkopyThird Coast Review
    A part of me hoped that the two McGregors actually did get the broken parts of their relationship worked out by making this movie, but putting your therapy on screen like this has a tendency to feel self-indulgent, even if the intention is to help others.
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    Alex MaidyJoBlo's Movie Network
    Bleeding Love, like the Leona Lewis song that shares its title, will instantly be enjoyable the moment you start it.
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