Me Without You

"Grim"

Me Without You Review


It should have won an award for worst accent ever, as "star" Michelle Williams' faux-Britspeak fades in and out and makes the movie borderline unbearable. The movie itself follows several years in the lives of two London friends (Williams and the far more interesting Anna Friel), who engage in all manner of self-destructive behavior. The film looks a lot more fun for the two girls than it is for us to watch. Very corny and often sappy to boot.


Me Without You

Facts and Figures

Run time: 107 mins

In Theaters: Friday 23rd November 2001

Box Office USA: $55.3k

Distributed by: Independent Distribution Partn

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2 / 5

Rotten Tomatoes: 66%
Fresh: 43 Rotten: 22

IMDB: 6.9 / 10

Cast & Crew

Producer:

Starring: as Marina, as Holly, as Linda, as Max, as Nat, Deborah Findlay as Judith


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