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Inseparable since young, two best friends, Milly and Jess share everything with each other: secrets, clothes, even boyfriends. But their friendship is put to the test when one starts a family and the other falls ill.
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New Zealand Herald
Miss You Already is a small step up from a TV disease-movie-of-the-week, due purely to the forceful performance of Toni Collette as Millie, a successful PR executive with a hip musician husband and young kids who discovers she has breast cancer.
May 03, 2016
San Francisco Chronicle
Is this really an honest portrait of a beautiful and intense friendship between women? What's intense about it, or beautiful, or honest?
November 12, 2015
The film is a soulless parade of movie conventions and rote acting.
November 06, 2015
New Yorker
There's a tough-minded drama struggling to break through the movie's glossy veneer-a contemplation of the black hole of death that, sooner or later, becomes the center of life.
November 16, 2015
Tribune News Service
In the march to the end, "Miss You Already" grinds its gears through the late stages of cancer, following a predictable and cliche path. Each scene is a yank on the heartstrings, a poke in the tear ducts, its intents and machinations plainly obvious.
November 06, 2015