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Featuring a pair of terrific performances by Viggo Mortensen as a goombah with a heart of gold and Mahershala Ali as multilingual composer-musician Don Shirley, the story may be unique, yet it goes pretty much exactly the way you might expect.

Read review Peter Debruge
The Playlist

'Green Book' is an on-the-nose social commentary that is told with such craftsmanship, earnestness, and comedic expertise that you?re still excited to go along for the ride.

Read review Victor Stiff
El Periódico

A story of superation and friendship between two races, the film is a kind drama, the 'Driving Miss Daisy' of modern times.

Read review Quim Casas

The first drama of Peter Farrelly causes sensation in its debut and points directly at the Academy Awards.

Read review Daniel Martínez Mantilla

It?s an obvious but enjoyable period piece ? and a throwback to another era of Hollywood filmmaking, resurrected in the 21st century with two of the best actors working today, who elevate this didactic form of storytelling.

Read review Eric Kohn
The Hollywood Reporter

Distinctive and amusing turns by Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali make Peter Farrelly?s first solo feature outing a lively and likable diversion.

Read review Todd McCarthy
The Guardian

There?s clearly a more nuanced drama to be made from this story but given the scale, there?s still a lot here to praise.

Read review Benjamin Lee
El País

'Green Book' is a debtor of Capra's cinema, and also of mediocre imitators who plays with a save formula, almost always infallible.

Read review Carlos Boyero