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An affair with a 19-year old actor (GIRLS' Christopher Abbott) helps reinvigorate life for thirty-something Amy (TWO AND A HALF MEN'S Melanie Lynskey) after she moves home to her parents’ house following her divorce, in this humorous take on modern relationships.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 49
- Fresh: 36
- Rotten: 13
- Average Rating: 7.0/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: [It's] better than the story it has to tell, and that is thanks to the bravery and sensitivity of Ms. Lynskey's performance and the sweet, intense love affair that is the film's main concern.
Fresh: Every scene - including mopey family meals, secret assignations, and confessions under the stars - breathes with a freshness that carries this tiny romance safely beyond the realm of indie cuteness, into the world of a character worth caring about.
Fresh: A funny, well-written, involving and emotionally honest tale.
Rotten: Sarah Koskoff's play-it-safe script and Louiso's heavy-handed direction combine to kill the potential of "Hello I Must Be Going."
breath of not so fresh air
what in the world did i just watch
Charming and true to life movie
A wonderfully realistic yet heartwarming treat. Possibly a bit too understated for people who like over the top romantic comedies where everyone has some kind of mental disorder. Melanie Lynskey is excellent, as usual.
I agree Melanie Lynskey 's performance excellent..!!..!!
Her character felt real, funny, and relatable. Loved it a must see..!!