Rules Don't Apply
The movie is about a tycoon's relationships with a young starlet and her driver who fall in love with each other while the tycoon allows no one to have an intimate relationship with a contract actress.
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April 28, 2017 There are so many details to savour in this beautifully produced film that it's all the more regrettable that it doesn't quite coalesce into a satisfying whole.Read in Source
May 09, 2017 If Rules Don't Apply had focused on just one of its two main storylines, it could have been solid. Instead, it's uneven, lurching between utterly charming and honestly boring.Read in Source
Sydney Morning Herald
April 28, 2017 A richly satirical portrait of American double standards.Read in Source
December 01, 2016 Beatty's vision of showbiz corruption is hardly novel, but as a writer and actor, he's created the most wistful and complex portrait of Hughes I've ever seen.Read in Source
November 23, 2016 The central problem with "Rules Don't Apply," unfortunately, is the central romance. The characters don't appeal - the starlet has no particular spark, while the driver is a pushy go-getter.Read in Source
Wall Street Journal
November 23, 2016 [It's] a rousing entertainment with eye candy in abundance. Rules Don't Apply is witty and weird by turns.Read in Source
May 02, 2017 Beatty has made a beautiful-to-look-at film making full cinematic use of its glamorous period setting. But despite having all the ingredients for a charming movie, like Howard Hughes, Rules Don't Apply's soul remains elusive.Read in Source
November 25, 2016 Warren Beatty plays Howard Hughes with seductive charm, sneaky intelligence and buggy eccentricity. Sadly, Beatty as writer and director has chosen to make Hughes a supporting role, teasing a much deeper portrait..Read in Source
Detroit Free Press
December 05, 2016 If Rules Don't Apply is merely a nostalgic love letter to Beatty's early days as an actor in the years before 1961's Splendor in the Grass made him an international sex symbol, that's enough. Give it a whirl. You'll be time traveling with one of the best.Read in Source
November 25, 2016 This is a picture Beatty has wanted to make for years, and if the movie isn't the achievement it should be, it's at least entertaining in fits and starts.Read in Source
May 01, 2017 Smart in its contrasts of gender, place, celebrity, and normality, more so than its story initially seems to intimate.Read in Source
ABC Radio (Australia)
May 10, 2017 Given his famously protracted deliberations, it is almost certainly the last film we will ever get from Beatty the auteur. It's a nice, warm, genial and embraceable farewell.Read in Source
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