After premiering to mixed reactions on Friday night, "Celeste and Jesse Forever" seemed positively beloved by the attending journalists who saw it on Saturday morning. Most found the film charming enough -- with special notice given to Jones's performance -- which should help the film score a pretty solid distribution deal. (Per THR, there are already offers on the table.) Think "Our Idiot Brother," which The Weinstein Company snatched up last year during Sundance and released in August to $24 million in grosses. Like "Celeste and Jesse" -- which stars Jones, Samberg, Ari Graynor, Emma Roberts, Elijah Wood and Chris Messina -- "Brother" featured a broad and likable cast of recognizable television faces (Jones, Adam Scott, Zooey Deschanel, plus Paul Rudd, Elizabeth Banks and Emily Mortimer) and an easy-to-market formula.
Check out what some journalists thought of the film below.