Nev D'Souza’s review published on Letterboxd:
Sisterly spats, repressed anger, and emotions running rampant. While Baumbach's ensemble is admittedly good, there are one too many characters embroiled in the endless conflict - I'm sorry, Ciarán Hinds (and your daughter), I mean you. Margot at the Wedding is a frustrating and dreary watch with irritable characters unworthy of siding with. There's some dialogue here that is blisteringly funny though, most of which is from a savage Kidman.