November Criminals
November Criminals (2017)

After the murder of his friend is dismissed as gang violence, high schooler Addison (Ansel Elgort) decides to launch an investigation of his own. With help from his girlfriend Phoebe (ChloŽ Grace Moretz), he quickly discovers that the… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: December 8, 2017
DVD Release Date: January 9, 2018
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Owen Gleiberman
Variety

Not that it's awful, exactly. It's a low-budget generic shrug of a movie, one that recycles clichťs both ancient (testy drug dealers) and slightly less ancient (the hero films his life with a camcorder).

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Mark Jenkins
NPR

Sam Munson's 2010 novel The November Criminals is the kind of book that attracts smart filmmakers and serious actors - that then, all too often, gets diluted into a bland disappointment like November Criminals.

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Todd Jorgenson
Cinemalogue.com

... begins as a mildly compelling examination of grief and catharsis before detouring into contrived vigilante territory.

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Glenn Kenny
RogerEbert.com

An ever-uneasy hybrid of teen angst tale and whodunit.

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April Wolfe
Village Voice

What follows is something like Veronica Mars, only set in snowy D.C. and on heavy sedatives.

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media

It's not terrible, and the characters are likable, but, much like its vague title, this teen crime thriller, which also has elements of comedy and romance, never finds its center or its voice.

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Sheri Linden
Hollywood Reporter

The starry chemistry of leads Ansel Elgort and ChloŽ Grace Moretz injects a modicum of energy into the coming-of-age drama, whose elements of romance, crime and smart-kid angst never coalesce.

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Frank Swietek
One Guy's Opinion

Little more than a glorified afterschool special, and the fact that it's strongly cast only adds to bewilderment about how it went so wrong.

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Henry Stewart
Slant Magazine

The film advances that old Hollywood trope: Blacks can't get justice unless whites are willing to get it for them.

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