A series of intertwining love stories set in the past and in the present.
We want these two to get together the moment they first meet, which goes a long way in endearing us towards the film’s otherwise familiar beats.| Read in full: The Photograph movie review We Love Cinema
There are many joys to be found in the threads between its two romances, but the split between the segments distracts more than any other narrative choice in the film.IndieWire
The abundance of talent and some snappy banter add much needed pulse to a film which prioritizes looks over heart, but it can’t save a script that’s sketch-deep.The Guardian
Would it have helped if the film had not forced its two luminous leads to play second fiddle to a predictable backstory? That’s for sure. But thanks to the indisputable sizzle ignited by Stanfield and Rae, this sub-par romance earns a solid A in chemistry.Rolling Stone