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The Book of Henry

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With instructions from her genius son's carefully crafted notebook, a single mother sets out to rescue a young girl from the hands of her abusive stepfather.
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Irish Times
"Sometimes a good story will remind you of who you want to be," says Henry. Someone watching a different movie?
June 29, 2017
Film Inquiry
The Book of Henry might be brimming with talent, but in the end it's probably better left unread.
August 09, 2017
Every book needs an editor.
June 16, 2017
With a plot far too dark for kids, and an approach that's often too mild to satisfy adults, the result is a film as uneven as the Rocky Mountain foothills.
July 21, 2017
Screen International
A nervy, willfully preposterous study of motherhood and loss, "The Book of Henry" recklessly shifts between tones and genres, never predictably but rarely satisfyingly.
June 27, 2017
Willamette Week
The film's mashing of whimsy and skin-crawling terror is grating and seem to cynically milk tragedy for entertainment.
June 28, 2017
Rolling Stone
Even in this mess of conflicting ideas, you still get a sense of the childlike wonder that drives Treverrow to tell stories. It's a rare gift, and something to help him survive calamitous setbacks like this one.
June 16, 2017
Chicago Reader
This shift in genre is an ambitious gamble, and I don't think it plays out successfully.
June 22, 2017
San Diego Reader
However hard the talented cast may try, those aren't people up on the screen; they're candles, balloons, and marbles.
June 16, 2017
Time Out
The whole thing is boring and phony, with just a couple of lines of dialogue that feel sharp.
June 16, 2017