Come as You Are

critic Reviews

97% Fresh Tomatometer Score97%
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    Shot in Illinois, the charmer about men with disabilities earns its laughs and tears.
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    Tomris LafflyRogerEbert.com
    You might be genuinely moved, and even in tears by the end of Richard Wong's imperfect yet gradually disarming dramedy.
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    John DeForeHollywood Reporter
    Its script's approach to disability steers clear of some common cinematic pitfalls, and, whatever its flaws, it has a fine time making points that will be obvious to most in the audience.
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    Michael RechtshaffenLos Angeles Times
    At once frank, tender and unapologetically funny, "Come as You Are" is a sweet surprise.
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  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Candice FrederickTheWrap
    From its safe casting to the optics of Scotty's apparent white-male aggression among characters of color, Wong seems to be urging the audience to overlook its more tone-deaf messages for the sake of disability visibility-which it only halfway celebrates.
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    Devika GirishNew York Times
    The candor with which Erik Linthorst's script regards the characters' sexual desires - coupled with the winning performances of the actors - leavens any sentimentalism.
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    Dennis SchwartzOzus' World Movie Reviews
    A sympathetic diversity humanistic film.
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    Joel FisherBattle Royale With Cheese
    The film is only going to appeal to an able-bodied audience who has never interacted with a disabled person and will think that brothels are the only option and that it's the same for everyone.
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    Carey-Ann PawseyOrca Sound
    A total crowd pleaser! A tale of empowerment for those with disabilities.
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    Anne BrodieWhat She Said
    Darkly comic and edgy dialogue is intensely witty but doesn't shrink from the pressure of facing life on their own for the first time.
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