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C'mon C'mon

A radio journalist embarks on a cross-country trip with his young nephew.
(R, 108 min.)


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Johnny (Joaquin Phoenix) and his young nephew (Woody Norman) forge a tenuous but transformational relationship when they are unexpectedly thrown together in this delicate and deeply moving story about the connections between adults and children, the past and the future, from writer-director Mike Mills. [A24]

Starring: Joaquin Phoenix, Woody Norman, Gaby Hoffmann
Director: Mike Mills
Genre: Drama

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"Heartfelt and wise..."

— Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair

"The character complexities grow out of Mills’ divinely extraordinary writing."

— Carlos Aguilar, TheWrap

"Another rich creation in Mills' bittersweet, gently profound collisions of art and life."

— Leah Greenblatt, Entertainment Weekly

"Mills makes this genre feel new and insightful, as if he’s one of only a few filmmakers who has tackled the complex dynamic between adult and child."

— Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair

"One of the most deeply reflective American filmmakers working today, Mills is a storyteller with a baring, raw sense of honesty, unafraid of abruptly burst emotions."

— Tomris Laffly,

"No Joker in sight as the stellar and always surprising Joaquin Phoenix shows his tender side in this bracing, bittersweet family dramedy from Mike Mills, whose movie is a quiet thing, but with a delicate, soulful magic you won’t soon forget."

— Peter Travers, ABC News

"Poetic and bittersweet, Cmon Cmon is a special film, one that asks us to recognize the mistakes we make, the people we wound, the feelings we hurt, and to maybe give ourselves a break in the process and hold on for what better future tomorrow may bring."

— Rodrigo Perez, The Playlist

"Going into C’mon C’mon, you may think you know exactly what it’s going to be. Coming out, you’ll probably see that you were mostly right, but that you also got a million little firefly flashes of feeling you weren’t expecting. And that right there is the Mike Mills touch."

— Stephanie Zacharek, Time

"Writer-director Mike Mills gets the very best from Joaquin Phoenix by pairing him with the young Woody Norman. Their pitch-perfect chemistry enlivens this quiet road drama about the perspectives of our youth with emotionality that won’t leave a dry eye in the house."

— IGN Matthew Dougherty, IGN

"More movies could use the genuine kindness and comfort Mills provides with his stories. He’s become an auteur concerned solely with humanness. He gets his audience to shed earnest tears, both happy and sad. There’s something special about that, about Mills, and about C’mon C’mon."

— Michael Frank, The Film Stage

"C’mon C’mon is a tender and turbulent melodrama that amplifies its power with a documentary current. The result is a film of an extraordinary amplitude; it’s both poised and frenetic, contemplative and active, heartily sentimental and astringently contentious, intensively intimate and expansively world-embracing, exactingly composed and wildly spontaneous."

— Richard Brody, The New Yorke