'Frances Ha' review: To be 29 again
Bottom line: Late-blooming 20-somethings have never been so perfectly captured -- and Gerwig has never been more appealing -- than in this funny, tender, life-affirming movie.
East Bay Express
Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach are an ideal match. His sophistication raises her up a notch above her Mumblecore roots, and in return she imparts a charm to his films that they never before possessed.
Frances Ha: A Millennial Annie Hall
Someone asked me if director Noah Baumbach's Frances Ha is a coming-of-age story; the answer gave me pause.
The Huffington Post
Marshall Fine: Movie review: Frances Ha
Never a filmmaker for whom story seemed particularly important, Baumbach collaborated here with his star, Greta Gerwig, for what feels like an amorphous and fragmentary story of a delusional young woman who doesn't seem to want to grow up.
The Daily Campus
"Frances Ha" is a dancing delight
With Joss Whedon's soon-to-be-released "Much Ado About Nothing," and Noah Baumbach's upcoming "Frances Ha" there is a notable trend coming forth that shows filmmakers turning to black and white to present their projects.