Malcolm & Marie

Malcolm & Marie

Malcolm & Marie

Emmy-winner Zendaya and Tenet's John David Washington are a couple battling a tense night that tests the limits of their relationship in this black-n-white one-location drama from the writer-director of Euphoria.

A filmmaker (Washington) and his girlfriend (Zendaya) return home following a celebratory movie premiere as he awaits what’s sure to be imminent critical and financial success. The evening suddenly takes a turn as revelations about their relationships begin to surface, testing the strength of their love.

2021Rating: MA15+, Strong coarse language106 minsUSA
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Malcolm & Marie / Reviews

Flicks

Flicks, Luke Buckmaster

A super stylish shouting match.

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Little White Lies

Little White Lies

Why would anyone want themselves to be seen like this?

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

The whole movie comes across as deeply self-conscious, more concerned with how it sounds than what it's saying...

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Total Film

Total Film

A film of the moment, powered by Covid, BLM and #MeToo - but good enough to stand the test of time.

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IndieWire

IndieWire

It's like watching Tiger Woods play a full round of miniature golf with the same intensity he brings to the Masters.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Words turn out to be the undoing of "Malcolm & Marie," not just because there are so many of them, but because they feel like the building blocks of a meta-movie parlor trick...

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Zendaya and John David Washington deliver career-best performances in this mesmerising two-hander that ruminates on love, life and art.

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The Age

The Age

For all Levinson's attention to the ever-shifting "discourse" around cinema, there's something quite traditional if not outright old-fashioned in his portrayal of the relation between a male artist and his rebellious muse.

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Slant Magazine

Slant Magazine

Expending so much energy anticipating our avenues of interpretation, Malcolm & Marie leaves us with little to interpret.

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