Nathan Lee: "This bittersweet riff is an anxiously auspicious debut.
Immensely appealing performances nail an exceptionally canny script."
New York Times
Matt Soller Zeitz: "Burning Annie is a thoroughly professional comedy,
well paced, attractively photographed and smartly acted."
New York magazine
Critic's Pick: "A surprising little charmer, overcoming its low-budget
origins with sharp writing and a genuinely sweet sensibility."
The Stranger (Seattle)
Andy Spletzer: "Takes an intriguingly plastic approach to the script,
transitioning between flashbacks, monologues, and heartfelt
romantic musings with genuine flair. Perhaps the best examination
of rudderless, self-aware college ennui since Kicking and Screaming."
by Peter Kavaldo
"MAY BE THE BEST MOVIE I'VE SEEN THIS YEAR."
by Glenn Reynolds
"The best romantic comedy I've seen in years. A GREAT FILM."
by Fernando Croce
"A comic gem with equal parts of honey and vinegar."
by Bill Rodriguez
"A hilarious homage to Woody Allen."
by Rick Murphy
"At once touching and funny, but never cloying or cute"
by Andrew Johnston
"The most entertaining narrative feature in competition was easily [BA]"
by Todd David Schwartz
"A sharp, witty script that Woody himself would enjoy. ****FOUR STARS [highest rating]"
by C.S. Strowbridge
"A wonderful film. Recommended."
by Jesse Knight
"Relentlessly funny from fade to fade, without a false note in between."
by Robert Klein
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