New Year's Eve

2011

New Year's Eve

Critics Consensus

Shallow, sappy, and dull, New Year's Eve assembles a star-studded cast for no discernible purpose.

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Total Count: 140

45%

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New Year's Eve celebrates love, hope, forgiveness, second chances and fresh starts, in the intertwining stories told amidst the pulse and promise of New York City on the most dazzling night of the year. -- (C) Warner Bros

Cast

Halle Berry
as Nurse Aimee
Jessica Biel
as Tess Byrne
Robert De Niro
as Stan Harris
Seth Meyers
as Griffin Byrne
Til Schweiger
as James Schwab
Hilary Swank
as Claire Morgan
Alyssa Milano
as Nurse Mindy
Charlotte Marshall-Fricker
as Caring Teenage Girl
Fiona Choi
as Balinese Woman
Mary Marguerite Keane
as Pet Adoption Clerk
Patrick Reale
as Times Square Cop
Cary Elwes
as Stan's Doctor
Common
as Soldier
Barbara Marshall
as Head Nurse Helen
Sarah Paulson
as Grace Schwab
Carla Gugino
as Spiritual Dr. Morriset
Amber Bela Muse
as Nurse Risa
Peter Allen Vogt
as Male Nurse
Ross Ryman
as Pedicab Driver
Kal Parekh
as Male Obstetrician
Russell Peters
as Chef Sunil
Serena Poon
as Chef Ming
Sarge
as Monty
Jim Belushi
as Building Super
Lillian Lifflander
as Mrs. Lifflander
Jaclyn Miller
as Choreographer
Nat Wolff
as Walter
Marvin Braveman
as Vendor Marvin
Alexandra Rose Guthy
as Screaming Rocker Girl
Denise Violante
as Female Cop Denise
Katherine McNamara
as Lily Bowman
Norman Bukofzer
as Newark Commuter
Beth Kennedy
as Piper's Mom
Joey McIntyre
as Groom Rory
Jackie Seiden
as Bride Trish
Sean O'Bryan
as Pastor Edwin
Jack McGee
as Grandpa Jed
Drena De Niro
as Ahern Waitress
Vanessa Mendoza
as Leopard Print Girl
Christine Lakin
as Waitress Alyssa
Earl Rose
as Pianist
Johnny Debrito
as Male Party Guest
Samuel Mitchell
as Penny's Dance Partner
Amare Stoudemire
as Party Dancer
Cherry Jones
as Mrs. Rose Ahern
Kathleen Marshall
as Stage Manager Charlotte
Joey Sorge
as Radio Reporter Arthur
Rob Nagle
as Officer Nolan
Matthew Walker
as Engineer Douglas
Wedil David
as Reporter Christina
David Valcin
as Reporter Murphy
Stephanie Fabian
as Reporter Lupe
Patrick Collins
as Reporter Fadda
Pat Battle
as Reporter Pat Battle
Tom Hines
as Announcer Brady Finley
Greg Wilson
as Wade the Aide
Anna White
as Ginger Adams
Sam Marshall
as Crowd Surfing Kid
Susan Silver
as Bunny Friedberg
Emily Moss Wilson
as Crazy Jensen Fan
Bob Weston
as Jensen Concert Police
Lucy Woodward
as Backup Singer
Stephanie Alexander
as Backup Singer
Nicole Sobchack
as Kissing Reveler #1
Anna Kulinova
as Kissing Reveler #2
Rylie J. Neale
as Kissing Female Cop
Lily Marshall-Fricker
as Reveler Lucy Camille
Lori Marshall
as Reveler Ms. Camille
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Critic Reviews for New Year's Eve

All Critics (140) | Top Critics (36) | Fresh (10) | Rotten (130)

  • New Year's Eve is a perfect example of why the adjective "Hollywood" is so often used as a pejorative.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…

    Rafer Guzman

    Newsday
    Top Critic
  • The only entertaining way to watch New Year's Eve is as a cruel experiment in which performers stranded with absolutely no script support are forced to subsist on pure presence, which quickly becomes a blood sport in which only a few survive.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Full Review…

    Linda Holmes

    NPR
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  • Written on the level of a bad episode of The Love Boat, this is one of those concoctions that intertwines about 10 storylines and then concludes with a cherry on top.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Rating: D | Full Review…

    Tom Long

    Detroit News
    Top Critic
  • The only thing that can inspire more cynicism than a holiday's coerced emotions may be a film that both exploits and celebrates said emotions.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Rating: 2/4
  • It's all perfectly pleasant and perfectly harmless and perfectly bland.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Rating: 2/5 | Full Review…
  • Should auld acquaintance be forgot? I don't know, but "New Year's Eve" sure should be.

    Dec 9, 2011 | Rating: 1/4 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for New Year's Eve

  • Mar 31, 2013
    it was alright contrary to the ratings, a bit like, "Valentine's Day", which has stellar star cast, storyline revolves around an event as the name suggests where one keeps on connecting the dots as the story unfolds. watch it, if you like rom-com's and also it hasn't grown old or boring even in 2013!!!
    Mohet N Super Reviewer
  • Aug 04, 2012
    It's cool to see so many stars in one movie!
    Nikki M Super Reviewer
  • Jun 16, 2012
    Movies stars don't always make a movie good, and "New Year's Eve" is proof of that. This is a follow-up to "Valentine's Day"(not a sequel), same director and some of the cast, although their different characters. But it's the same premise, just a different holiday. If follows different people on New Years Eve, and how their stories intertwine in New York City. The movie boasts one of the most impressive casts ever. If you named 15 actors off the top of your head, at least half of them are probably in this movie. Ashton Kutcher, Zac Efron, Michelle Pheiffer, Kathriene Keighl, Jon Bon Jovi, Abigail Breslin, Sarah Jessica Parker, Josh Duhamel, Jessica Beil, Seth Meyers, Halle Berry, Robert De Niro, to name just a few! However, the stories are all cliche and pretty bland. They are striving for "Love Actually", but in the end it comes nowhere close to the excellence of that film. Main reason to watch is to count all the actors you know. The performances are good, but the story is weak and for a comedy it isn't very funny. Watch for sheer star power, just don't expect much substance behind their shine.
    Everett J Super Reviewer
  • May 05, 2012
    I feel bad reviewing a movie I didn't fully watch. No, I don't. I walked out of this film. Could it be that bad? To be nice, yes. It is that bad. This film is a total formulaic bore and I am shocked it was green lit. No, no I'm not. Aspiring writers out there, never give up. If a bore like NEW YEAR'S EVE can be made into a movie, your movie can be made too!
    Bryan D Super Reviewer

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