What Maisie Knew


Action / Drama

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 87%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 80%
IMDb Rating 7.5 10 24646


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Julianne Moore as Susanna
Steve Coogan as Beale
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Monica Story 10 / 10

A heartbreaking gem of a movie. Loved it.

This movie is a little gem. I read the New York Times review that said it was "Brilliant" or whatever, and I don't know if I'd go that far, but it's definitely the best movie about divorce and child custody I've ever seen, and it's nothing like Kramer vs. Kramer. It's actually really sweet and real feeling, mostly because you really identify with the little girl Maisie. All the adult actors are great, and sometimes funny (Steve Coogan), but I especially loved Alexander Skarsgard. He seems like a loser when you first see him, but he ends up being super loving, and his scenes with Maisie are really fun to watch. Haters are going to hate, but I think anyone would relate to this film about parents, kids, and finding people to love.

Reviewed by johnsouthfl 9 / 10

About A Girl

I should remember because I've seen it more than once. Own the DVD. Anyway, it's an exemplary indie/art film. Julianne's funny as a not-getting-any-younger rock star (who brought to my mind, at least, Chrissie H). Coogan remarkable in a dramatic role (Who knew he could even do that?) And that youngish Swedish former vampire in maybe his best role so far. I usually don't like movies that are from a child's point of view. But this is great because you can just tell everyone involved knew what they were doing and wanted it to be .... special. A smart movie about a girl.

Reviewed by sanjin_9632 7 / 10

What a cute little girl

First of all. That little girl is cute as hell.

Secondly, Julianne Moore and Steve Coogan are doing a great job of playing two self-absorbed assholes. Especially Moore. She perfectly managed to portray an attention-seeking jealous monster. The role suits her way more than the one she got an Oscar for. That movie was painfully dull and simply horrible.

Skarsgaard and Vanderham also excel as the two good counterparts to her parents in Maisie's life.

Nothing else to say. Performances are great. The story's not new. Kramer Vs. Kramer probably being the best movie in the genre. 6.6/10 for the performances.

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