Sorry/Not Sorry

critic Reviews

, 75% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Amy NicholsonNew York Times
    These talented women — Jen Kirkman, Abby Schachner and Megan Koester — tell their stories with charm and humor over a mischievous, overkill score that would be better suited to an outright comedy about a dowager poisoning her rival’s plum tart
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    Michael O'SullivanWashington Post
    For the most part, “Sorry” doesn’t tell us anything we don’t already know.
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    Brian LowryCNN.com
    Having comics as the principal storytellers adds a level of humor and wit to the conversation, but there’s a pointed side to all this as well.
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    Chris VognarSan Francisco Chronicle
    Sorry/Not Sorry resonates by telling the story behind the story, about how the victims of sexual harassment and misconduct are often blamed, especially when their harasser is famous, popular and very funny.
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    Shirley LiThe Atlantic
    Though a movie with C.K.’s involvement would probably have been more illuminating, Sorry/Not Sorry remains a fascinating documentary as it breaks down, scene by scene, how easily misbehavior can be twisted into a punch line.
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    Fionnuala HalliganScreen International
    It is a nicely-packaged, technically-proficient production that stands out due to its timing, certainly, but also for the power and personality of the female comedians interviewed by the directors.
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    Sarah VincentBoston Movie News
    A 90-minute run time can feel like an excruciating eternity in the wrong hands, but Mones and Suh divide their film into seven parts and keep it punchy and entertaining. It helps that everyone involved in the controversy on both sides is famous
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    Pat MullenPOV Magazine
    [I]nvites a provocative conversation starter about the consequences of speaking up, the fallacy of Hollywood’s reckoning, and why the entertainment industry is quick to protect problematic men.
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    Aaron NeuwirthWe Live Entertainment
    This doc is not without merit, as it’s nicely assembled, can entertain the viewer despite the content, and gets in and out in 90 minutes. I just wish it knew how to offer more.
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    Mike McGranaghanAisle Seat
    A documentary that speaks meaningfully to our fame-obsessed time.
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