‘Every Day’ came out last Friday and there are many reviews up. Sadly, most of them are lukewarm to negative, but there are some that praise the acting, even if they find the story lacking. Here are some excerpts from a few of them.
Either way, Rice and the various actors who play A give their roles an authenticity and intelligence that rate above the genre standard.
But the best and most impressive aspect of “Every Day” is that a dozen or more actors are playing the exact same character, and you never question it once. A whole lot of performers are asked to do a whole lot with, for the most part, very little screen time, and it’s a testament to the actors, the director, the screenwriter and most certainly casting director Rori Bergman (“The Americans”) that this works at all, let alone like gangbusters.