"A powerful drama, artfully told."
— Kevin Maher, Times (UK)
"It's powerful stuff, made all the more haunting by the fact that history is very much the present."
— Tomris Laffly, The Playlist
"You watch. You listen. You learn. A reckoning, regarding the maltreatment of women, happens right before your eyes. Astounding drama."
— Dwight Brown, DwightBrownInk.com
"A marvel. It’s not smug or preachy and gives space to the non-glamorous figures, many of them men, who helped Twohey and Kantor in their quest."
— Charlotte O'Sullivan, London Evening Standard
"She Said delivers on the dopamine hits of a journalism movie: proficient pace (the film runs just over two hours but feels shorter), tactile work, the thrill of pavement pounded into revelation."
— Adrian Horton, The Guardian
"As the camera lingers on the dreadful scenes of an abuser’s hotel room, women’s voices fill the space he once inhabited. Survivors become bigger, louder, and more powerful, with their own enduring cinematic legacy."
— Rebecca Harrison, Sight & Sound
"That Weinstein’s downfall was the product of diligent reporting, dogged persistence, and the resilience of a few brave souls is essential to remember. In Maria Schrader’s artful and incendiary She Said, we’re reminded of something else that makes for one hell of a movie: It was women who did it."
— Kate Erbland, IndieWire
"'Can I quote you?' As it did throughout Jodi Kantor and Meghan Twohey’s intrepid investigative journalism for the New York Times, that question reverberates in Maria Schrader’s She Said, an understated, polished procedural that chronicles the way two reporters exposed Hollywood mega-producer Harvey Weinstein’s decades of sexual abuse and assault."
— Jake Kring-Schreifels, The Film Stage