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Things We Lost in the Fire

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A recent widow invites her husband's troubled best friend to live with her and her two children. As he gradually turns his life around, he helps the family cope and confront their loss.
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May 26, 2008

The film felt very anti-climatic to me for some reason.
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East Bay Express
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April 28, 2011

Every trace of maudlin evaporates in one of Del Toro's lopsided grins.
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New York Daily News
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October 27, 2007

Berry gives a riveting performance, but as a deeply decent man trapped in a hell of his own making, Del Toro gives the kind of career performance Berry gave in Monster's Ball.
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Ebert & Roeper

October 22, 2007

It's very strong.
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Seanax.com
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May 22, 2016

The English-language debut of Danish director Susanne Bier is at times morose but the tale of healing is directed with compassion and a powerful, sometimes discomforting intimacy.
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I.E. Weekly
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February 22, 2008

Scheduled blowups and symbolic dreams and interminable tears until we all feel like we've learned a little something about loss: We want our two hours back.
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Movie Metropolis
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March 21, 2009

You can't manufacture honest sentiment.... So, I'd have to call the movie a noble miss.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 20, 2007

The movie is an engrossing melodrama, and it has its heart in the right place.
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Urban Cinefile
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August 14, 2008

The best part of the film is del Toro's performance, a junkie jumble of many layers, glued together with a deep seated humanity that reaches out to us.
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New York Observer
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October 31, 2007

Things We Lost in the Fire is certainly not a comedy, but it is definitely mordant with its two Big Themes: Loss and Addiction, both treated in a singularly heavy-handed manner, for which I blame primarily Mr. Loeb's screenplay.
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Washington Post
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October 19, 2007

Things We Lost in the Fire veers away from the real and hard and toward the fantastic.
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