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In one of the coastal towns of Florida, a single man Frank Adler (Chris Evans) is bringing up spirited young niece Mary (Mckenna Grace), having engaged with the voluntary assistance of their landlady and best friend Roberta (Octavia Spencer). He planned to take Mary to a normal school, though his plans fail to become true as the girl's mathematical abilities are revealed by her school teacher Bonnie (Jenny State) and his commanding mother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) pays her attention to it. Eventually her plans turn to be the threat for Frank and Mary to be separated. Meanwhile, Bonnie, a Mary's teacher started the relationship with Mary's uncle.
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Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat Spirituality and Practice
April 21, 2017 Drama about an uncle's love and caretaking for his niece who is a young math prodigy.
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Todd Jorgenson
April 28, 2017 ... a heartfelt but manipulative tearjerker that never digs into the various moral dilemmas at its core with much sincerity or authenticity.
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Dan Lybarger Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
April 21, 2017 Essentially a watered-down version of Searching for Bobby Fischer, Gifted is earnest but phony.
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Colin Covert Minneapolis Star Tribune
April 13, 2017 Sure, it's a simple, straightforward film, but sometimes that's all you need as long as its heart is true.
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Ellie Walker-Arnott Time Out
April 07, 2017 The question at the movie's heart is: What is best for Mary? The answer Gifted chooses is predictable, but that doesn't stop the movie from messing with your tear ducts.
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David Fear Rolling Stone
April 10, 2017 The film's heroine is extraordinarily gifted. The film itself, not so much.
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Jackie K. Cooper Huffington Post
April 24, 2017 A strong plot mixed with dynamic acting added to innovative directing equals a gift of a movie. Mckenna Grace is adorable.
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Rex Reed New York Observer
April 12, 2017 A formulaic and manipulative tearjerker that is really nothing more than a woman's picture from a man's point of view.
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J. R. Jones Chicago Reader
April 13, 2017 As scripted, Evelyn is too vicious to be persuasive, and Flynn undercuts her morally by stressing her lust for recognition.
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Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch
April 11, 2017 "Gifted" is an engaging comedy-drama that avoids becoming too much of a tearjerker.
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John Serba
April 21, 2017 Functions reasonably well as an ankle-deep melodrama until its third act, when characters are thrown into the gears of the plot machine.
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James Mottram South China Morning Post
May 01, 2017 It's predictable but pleasurable enough - an inoffensive charmer that doesn't outstay its welcome.
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