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All We Had

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Set during the worldwide financial crisis in 2008, the film follows a single mother as she struggles to make a better life for her daughter. Although she works hard to get their lives back on track, she and her child face even greater difficulties when the economy sours.
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With her well-meaning desire to create an inspirational story of survival and redemption, Holmes has kept the entire film extremely low-stakes.
December 09, 2016
Los Angeles Times
Although well-acted and well-intended, offers little that's new, exciting or meaty enough to warrant revisiting that subgenre of movies involving flighty single moms on the move with their steadier daughters.
December 08, 2016
The Young Folks
All We Had focuses on the mother-daughter relationship, but lacks any sort of long-term direction or finality.
January 17, 2017
International Business Times
Lacks the depth and drama of the source material.
February 06, 2017
It's very far from a perfect movie, but it shows real promise, and has lots within it to recommend.
December 09, 2016
Paste Magazine
The movie doesn't do anything new with this subject matter, but it hangs together for a little while because of a warm, sympathetic performance by Stefania Owen.
December 12, 2016
Entertainment Weekly
The movie is overloaded with capital-D drama, from Mark Consuelos ludicrous role as a Rita's bad boyfriend to the typical drug and discipline platitudes that face Ruth in high school.
December 08, 2016
New York Times
A well-meaning but formulaic movie with not enough time to transcend predictable clichés.
December 08, 2016
Every plot turn plays as either a little too convenient, too uncharacteristic, or too undercooked.
December 08, 2016