Reviews for this film from our members:

  • Jason Bailey @ DVD Talk
    • Excerpt: This giddy follow-up offers numerous pleasures of its own.
  • Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat @ SpiritualityandPractice.com
    • Excerpt: A follow-up to the romantic 2 Days in Paris, this farcical comedy revolves around familial and cross-cultural clashes.
  • Edwin Davies @ A Mighty Fine Blog
    • Excerpt: Much of the humour in 2 Days in New York comes, as in the case of its predecessor, from the culture clash that emerges when Marion’s ‘60s radical father and reformed nymphomaniac sister meet the man in her life.The tension nicely builds over the course of the film as the misunderstandings, playful mockery and underlying resentments of family life bubble up and explode into conflict, conflict made even worse by the fact that all the characters are trapped within the same space.
  • Candice Frederick @ Reel Talk [English]
    • Excerpt: The two are as snug as two bugs in a rug until Marion’s family comes for a brief but tumultuous visit to the Big Apple.
  • Mike McGranaghan @ The Aisle Seat
    • Excerpt: The film gets at a universal truth: everyone knows how to deal with their own crazy family, but dealing with the crazy family of your significant other takes some real adjustment.
  • [New – 11/22] | Simon Miraudo @ Quickflix
  • Jamie S. Rich @ DVD Talk
    • Excerpt: These folks are loud, judgmental, and completely lacking in self-awareness or restraint. For as serious as Delpy wants 2 DAYS IN NEW YORK to be, she seems to have bussed these characters in from some French equivalent of The Klumps.
  • Frank Swietek @ One Guy’s Opinion
  • Betty Jo Tucker @ ReelTalk Movie Reviews