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CRITICS OF "The Age of Innocence"
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Scorsese's most poignantly moving film.
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Empire Magazine
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February 01, 2010

Day-Lewis and Pfeifer are on top form with Ryder giving the performance of her career.
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Lawrence Journal-World

May 27, 2005

A stylish but fairly forgettable Scorsese effort
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Looking Closer
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September 20, 2007

It also shows that while tradition can devolve into a conformity that stifles compassion and love, acting in mere self-interest can ultimately be just as destructive.
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Film4
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February 01, 2010

Gorgeously shot, deceptively genteel period drama. Day-Lewis, Ryder and in particular Pfieffer give performances as polished as the silver and the result is slow, subtle but irresistibly powerful.
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Rolling Stone

July 22, 2006

Spurning Masterpiece Theatre twittiness, Scorsese cuts to the primal passions of Wharton's tale.
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Chicago Reader
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February 01, 2010

Manages to be both personal and true to its source, though it never quite comes together.
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Combustible Celluloid
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May 26, 2006

The Age of Innocence drags through some of the usual costume movie elements, but Scorsese's exuberance carries the show.
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Variety

September 22, 2008

An extraordinarily sumptuous piece of filmmaking.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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December 01, 2005

The movie seems a departure from Scorsese's turf of violence and lower class men, but Wharton's depiction of rigid milieu with its restrictive mores and emotional repression bears resemblance to Little Italy's male subculture.
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New York Times

July 22, 2006

Mr. Scorsese has made a big, intelligent movie that functions as if it were a window on a world he had just discovered, and about which he can't wait to spread the news.
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The New Republic
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June 19, 2013

I don't know any of those [prior] versions, and I wonder how (which means I doubt that) they avoided the snare that Wharton unwittingly set for her adapters, the snare that, for all his gifts, caught Scorsese.
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