Save Yourselves!

critic Reviews

, 89% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Save Yourselves! doesn't do anything unexpected with its one-joke premise -- but fortunately, that one joke turns out to be consistently funny anyway.
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    Leslie FelperinGuardian
    For the most part it manages an adept balance between satire, sincerity and sheer silliness that's ultimately winning.
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    Jocelyn NoveckAssociated Press
    Things get a little weird, and the ending may not be as neat as one expects. But hey, these are tough times. A diversion like "Save Yourselves!" might just save your week.
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    Claudia PuigFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    It's droll, clever, and fun!
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    Anthony LaneNew Yorker
    Like an old "Thin Man" comedy, "Save Yourselves!" rests on its central pairing.
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    Even the smaller touches in Save Yourselves! ring true...a wry social commentary...
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    Kristy PuchkoPajiba
    Save Yourselves! is a bit rough around the edges. Yet it delivers surprises and laughs, along with a couple of solid scares, making it a terrifically fun and quirky romp.
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    Alex SavelievFilm Threat
    In a miserable year filled with grim cinematic fare, this eminently re-watchable science-fiction comedy provides a much-needed spark of lighthearted exultation.
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    Eric MarchenRogers TV
    The end is near, so why not save yourselves some time for this sci-fi indie comedy delight.
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    Alix TurnerReady Steady Cut
    A light tale about how modern people cope with the unexpected and their dependency on technology, but way more fun than I can make it sound. Great first feature from Alex H. Fischer and Eleanor Wilson.
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    Richard CrouseRichard Crouse
    Eleanor Wilson and Alex H. Fischer have crafted a story about two hapless folks trying to improve their lives without a clue of how to do it. It has humour and heart and despite a lull in the middle, Save Yourselves! is goofy good fun.
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