Pixie

critic Reviews

, 89% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Sandra HallSydney Morning Herald
    To call it the story of a heist gone wrong is a grievous understatement. This is a plot in which next to nothing goes right. But the film itself is a different matter.
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    Mark KermodeKermode & Mayo's Film Review
    ...it's not dark-hearted enough, dealing with these things without enough fingers in the soil...but Olivia Cooke is very good...and it made me want to skip and wear my hat at a jaunty angle.
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    Stephen DaltonHollywood Reporter
    Pixie is a lively caper, and intermittently good fun on a trashy escapism level.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    If the works of the movie-making brothers John Michael McDonagh and Martin McDonagh were passed through a blender, drained of personality and reassembled by a Guy Ritchie-inspired screenwriting app, then the results would be close to Pixie.
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    John NugentEmpire Magazine
    Uneven, immature and a little derivative - but entertaining performances from Olivia Cooke and Alec Baldwin keeps Pixie watchable.
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    Cath ClarkeGuardian
    There's a legion of influences here, and what's on screen is perhaps never quite enough its own thing. But still, there are some genuinely funny moments...
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    Sarah WardConcrete Playground
    Finds enough charm in two key places: its engaging lead actor and its energy.
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    Kat HughesTHN
    Smartly crafted, cleverly written, and expertly acted, Pixie's jaunt through Ireland is an action-packed, rib-tickling delight.
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    Graeme TuckettStuff.co.nz
    A lazy and shamelessly unoriginal entry in a tradition that includes such gems as The Guard, Breakfast on Pluto, I Went Down, In Bruges and a dozen or more other, often terrific films.
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    Paul WhitingtonIrish Independent
    It's messy but engaging, and Cooke makes Pixie more entertaining than it has any right to be.
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