Save Yourselves!

critic Reviews

, 85% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    John DeForeHollywood Reporter
    A slapstick apocalypse with two sharp comic leads.
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    Nick AllenRogerEbert.com
    Mani and Reynolds are an excellent on-screen couple that you want to spend time with.
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    Amy NicholsonVariety
    There's only one joke in "Save Yourselves!" - this hapless generation is doomed! - but the survival comedy is delightful from start to apocalypse.
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    Kate ErblandindieWire
    Yet, the fact that Su and Jack really are good people and that particular facet of their character becomes more paramount to the film's momentum than their bumbling mishaps is sweetly inspiring,
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    Heather WixsonDaily Dead
    I just think for a film that has a lot to say early on, Save Yourselves! loses its voice when everything is said and done, which is a real shame.
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    Mel ValentinScreenAnarchy
    A delightfully modern-day comedy of (Internet-related) manners with authentic, honest insights into 21st-century romance as the next combo lo-fi sci-fi rom-com.
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    Tre'vell AndersonXtra Magazine
    An intriguing sci-fi comedy led by the engaging performances of John Reynolds and Sunita Mani.
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    Sean P. MeansThe Movie Cricket
    The reason to watch is to appreciate the comic gifts of the scruffy Reynolds ("Search Party") and particularly the wide-eyed Mani ("Glow") deployed to their fullest.
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    Dan MeccaThe Film Stage
    The laughs fade about halfway through and the world-building never blossoms into something wholly engaging.
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    Janet LeeFilm Inquiry
    It's a whacky, dorky, and delightful apocalypse comedy that charms its way up into space. Save Yourselves! is the comedy of the millennial generation.
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