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All Is Bright

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Two French Canadian, Dennis and Rene, go to New York City to make money by selling Christmas trees. Dennis needs money to buy his daughter the piano she's love but he don't really like the jobs. With the help of his friend, can he sell all the trees out and earn enough money for his daughter luxury gift?
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Examiner.com
"All is Bright is nothing more than empty threats and bottomless desires haphazardly thrown together around a more interesting event that you never get to see.
November 19, 2013
Critic's Notebook
"All Is Bright" is reminiscent of those utterly forgettable Canadian movies bankrolled on the government dime in the name of cultural preservation.
October 08, 2015
Scene-Stealers.com
Morrison films this redemptive story - which has some hard-to-swallow moments - with a dusty gray palette that suits its characters and masquerades the story's more obvious sentimentality.
November 22, 2013
Examiner.com
Overall, it's truly as exciting as you'd think watching two people sell Christmas trees would be, even if those two people are Paul Giamatti and Paul Rudd.
November 18, 2013
New York Post
Worth enduring only for a rare lead performance by Paul Giamatti, whose expert delineation of rage and frustration lends form to Morrison's otherwise shapeless script.
October 04, 2013
RogerEbert.com
I wish I could give four stars to Giamatti's big, sad eyes and outrageous Civil War beard.
October 04, 2013