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The Last Five Years

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It is a romantic story that has caused a stir in the artistic milieu. The story began with Jamie Wellerstein (Jordan), a young, talented and talented novelist who falls in love with Kathy Hayat (Kendrick), an actress. It's an exciting and moving look that we can throw at that romantic story that has amazed everyone. The story of the duo began when all Cathy songs began at the end of their marriage and moved back to the beginning of their love relationship, which had a strong relationship. In the end, Jamie's songs start at the beginning of their relationship and also extend to the end of the marriage relationship, which could change things.
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December 17, 2015

LaGravenese doesn't seem to have a particular vision for how to shoot or tell this particular story, so he just aims for the most straightforward method possible most of the time, and that ultimately cripples the film in ways it can't recover from.
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March 01, 2016

The chemistry between Kendrick and Jordan is what stitches the film together and makes for an entertaining if maudlin watch.
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Richard Roeper

February 26, 2015

It doesn't help that the songs, while solid, become repetitive in melody. And there's not a home run in the bunch. I walked out humming ... nothing from this movie.
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Matthew Lickona
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February 20, 2015

Star Anna Kendrick's appeal is stretched to its limit here, and her lover Jeremy Jordan's character is hard to take in large doses.
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Edmund Lee
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April 02, 2016

It feels like a music video that refuses to end.
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Sophie Gilbert
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December 31, 2015

The unbalanced nature of the adaptation makes for a basically unsatisfying experience (Jamie, a jerk, gets his way with everything, and Cathy, a sweetheart, doesn't), but there are moments of real delight in the movie ...
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Jared Mobarak
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February 23, 2016

[The filmmakers have] crafted a love story so rife with cliché and stereotype that I was completely disinterested in the central break-up of two people I despised.
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Ben Sachs
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February 19, 2015

Kendrick and Jordan seem too squeaky-clean to convey the full weight of the characters' psychological baggage, yet LaGravenese's balanced, unpretentious direction allows the material to resonate all the same.
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Norman Wilner

December 18, 2015

Kendrick in particular has never had a better showcase. She's always been a vivid screen presence, but when she sings she's electric.
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April 13, 2015

Anna Kendrick, of all-round-awesome fame, is singing again in this adaptation of an off-Broadway musical.
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May 26, 2016

The two leads manage to carry the day through sheer gumption.
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