TullyMarlo is the mother of three children, one of whom is a new baby. Marlo has a gift from her brother, a night babysitter called Tully; a university student who helps Marlo finds time and energy, turning her life upside down in a positive way. By time, the children like Tully and they become as one family.
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Critic Reviews of "Tully"The AtlanticMay 21, 2018
As a portrayal of postpartum depression, Tully is a success-simplistic at times, but an admirable gut-punch nonetheless.BuzzFeed NewsMay 10, 2018
The emotions Tully surfaces aren't comforting, and they have less to do with the actual realities of motherhood than with the idea of motherhood as something that leaves you forever changed and cut off from your younger self.Sydney Morning HeraldMay 09, 2018
It's a slight story enlarged to universal dimensions by the sharpness of Cody's dialogue and the acuteness of her insights into the domestic pile-up that constitutes Marlo's day.CNN.comMay 08, 2018
For those with an appetite for an early-summer movie with heart, but no costumes, "Tully" will take care of them, too.ObserverMay 07, 2018
Tully fails on every level except one: Charlize Theron wakes it from its lethargy, takes it by the jugular, and squeezes until it yells.New YorkerMay 07, 2018
Tully is a walking film script, and the best thing that can be said about the film is that a group of very talented actors works very hard to make its contrivances pass as plausible.Crooked MarqueeFebruary 19, 2019
Jason Reitman is never as good as when he's collaborating with screenwriter Diablo Cody; bonus points if the film in question stars Charlize Theron, as Tully does.One Room With A ViewFebruary 13, 2019
The arrival of dream nanny Tully produces some great insight on what society expects from mothers and women in general, but the story fails to develop into anything satisfying.Always Good MoviesJanuary 29, 2019
Playing with the tricks of the mind, Tully feels more contrived than astute, having the skilled group of actors working hard to avoid further damage.JumpCut OnlineJanuary 23, 2019
An extremely well written and acted film.The AU ReviewJanuary 17, 2019
Tully is a return to form for both director Jason Reitman and writer Diablo Cody. Featuring great performances, an unflinching and engrossing look on motherhood and a witty, acerbic script. Tully is a film worth looking out for.Screen ZealotsDecember 21, 2018
There's a decent story trapped somewhere inside that's just waiting to get out, but Tully sadly misses the mark.
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