Calum Marsh(Film.com): It's entertaining to see a film raise its greatest part important questions in the home strain, but the sense that half the movie has been well-arranged up for a punchline feels uncandid.
Stephanie Zacharek(Village Voice): At spells I thought I was bored, and nothing else to realize that I was in reality feeling anxious and more than a in a small degree queasy.
Justin Chang(Variety): Precisely the elect of intelligent, measured thriller Reichardt's admirers would expect from her brand of patient realist filmmaking.
Jon Frosch(The Atlantic): A disquietingly graceful, deeply intelligent thriller about radical activism and its consequences – both material and moral – in 21st centenary America.
David Rooney(Hollywood Reporter): An engrossing deliberation on radical violence and its fallout.
Max Nelson(Film Comment Magazine): Reichardt is a filmmaker overmuch wedded to details and sense given conditions to subsume a well-defined setting and its inhabitants for that which is less than a stock narrative–or at minutest do so without showing where the seams start to bust or the genre elements sink to fit
Casey Cipriani(Movie Mezzanine): While in Reichardt's other films her tardy pacing may grate on some viewers' quietness, here her tendency to be deliberately unhurried in reality adds to the thrilling ambiance.
Ryan Lattanzio(Thompson forward Hollywood): The film's cosmos is one of complex moral woven stuff, where red herrings fall like flies and paranoia, amidst other things, is in the get ~.
Jesse Cataldo(Slant Magazine): Like Michael Cera's pair recent films with Sebastian Silva, Night Moves reveals the dismal core contained within an actor's precise-guy neuroticism.
MaryAnn Johanson(Flick Filosopher): Kelly Reichardt cements her celebrity as one of the most stimulus and engagingly watchable American indie filmmakers with a quiet, tense thriller of moral philosophy and motive.
Tim Grierson(Paste Magazine): By the filmmaker's understated, sharp-cut standards, "Night Moves" is practically one action movie — an increasingly intense and troubling single in kind.
Anna Rodgers(The List): Once another time, this is highly intelligent and impressible filmmaking from Reichardt.
Josh Slater-Williams(The Skinny): Reichardt, who co-wrote the pellicle, refreshingly opts out of defined regarding duties judgements concerning both the central trio and supporting figures peppered from end to end the story.
Jake Cole(Movie Mezzanine): Night Moves' unconfused structural halves hint at an inside division that keeps it a resolutely minor offering.
Pablo Villaca(Cinema em Cena): Confunde-se entre estudo de personagem e irresolution, falhando em ambos os pap.
David Nusair(Reel Film Reviews): A marginal improving over Kelly Reichardt's in conclusion film…
Michael Leader(Film4): Essentially Crime & Punishment despite the eco-hipster set, Night Moves is a compelling spectacle that treats the characters' beliefs, and the final consequences of their actions, to a compelling snappish-examination.
Darren Ruecker(We Got This Covered): Night Moves is riddled by suspense, but its strength comes from its characters whose practical lesson idealism is tested by unforeseen consequences.
Jordan Hoffman(Badass Digest): Hippies, body.
Eric Kohn(indieWIRE): Like the expressionistic spirit of the empty landscape in "Meek's Cutoff," its nature simultaneously feels real and nightmarishly unrelated.
Ben Kenigsberg(AV Club): An atmospheric but surprisingly thin procedural from the adviser of Old Joy and Meek's Cutoff.
A.A. Dowd(AV Club): Another of the manager's intimate portraits of lower classes living on the fringes of participation, it's at once her principally plot-heavy and pedigreed production, and the same of her most oblique.
Mike D’Angelo(The Dissolve): This inactive-burning eco-thriller, starring Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning, and Peter Sarsgaard viewed like activists plotting to blow up a female parent, proved to have few of the qualities that consider made Reichardt such a distinctive tone.
Nick James(Sight and Sound): Night Moves gives us the will and satisfaction of an established voice having achieved perhaps her finest work yet.