You're Not You

You're Not You

You're Not You

Two-time Oscar-winner Hilary Swank (Million Dollar Baby) leads this drama as a classical pianist diagnosed with neurodegenerative disorder ALS, pushed into the hands of wild college student Bec (Emmy Rossum, Shameless), assigned as her caregiver.

2014Rating: M, Sex scenes, offensive language and drug use104 minsUSA
Drama
80%
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Reviews & comments

Flicks, Adam Fresco

Flicks, Adam Fresco

flicks

Tear-jerkers don’t come much tear-jerkier than this. Take Hilary Swank (who had audiences clawing for the Kleenex in Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby), give her ALS (an incurable motor neuron disease, aka Lou Gehrig's Disease), and let the crying commence. Okay, cynical critical sneer aside, this is a pretty powerful movie, dealing with a crippling disease and its repercussions.

3.0

girl version of 'intouchable'

relatively realistic amid a few installment of cheesy plots.

4.0
Variety

Variety

press

You're Not You throws down its initial gauntlet with an off-putting lack of subtlety.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Despite holes in the storytelling, Ms. Swank and Ms. Rossum keep it real.

New York Daily News

New York Daily News

press

The sort of movie that's not good enough to embrace, but not quite bad enough to dismiss.

2.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Its superb performances and emotional complexity ultimately elevate its familiar themes.

Flicks, Adam Fresco

Flicks, Adam Fresco

flicks

Tear-jerkers don’t come much tear-jerkier than this. Take Hilary Swank (who had audiences clawing for the Kleenex in Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby), give her ALS (an incurable motor neuron disease, aka Lou Gehrig's Disease), and let the crying commence. Okay, cynical critical sneer aside, this is a pretty powerful movie, dealing with a crippling disease and its repercussions.

3.0
Variety

Variety

press

You're Not You throws down its initial gauntlet with an off-putting lack of subtlety.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Despite holes in the storytelling, Ms. Swank and Ms. Rossum keep it real.

New York Daily News

New York Daily News

press

The sort of movie that's not good enough to embrace, but not quite bad enough to dismiss.

2.0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Its superb performances and emotional complexity ultimately elevate its familiar themes.

girl version of 'intouchable'

relatively realistic amid a few installment of cheesy plots.

4.0