"'Diamond' an unusual gem of a buddy movie."
'Diamond Men' is the kind of keenly observed, artfully crafted, warmly
humane movie that keeps us going through the weekly helping of
big-screen duds. It's intimately scaled and informed by the experience
of Cohen's father and grandfather in the jewelry business, away from
bustling city centers. The first pleasant surprise is how effortlessly
Cohen specifies the world inhabited by the film. The second lies in the
way he convinces us, or, rather, makes us want to believe, that the two
men can change each other's lives as they do. Cohen isn't one to cop out
with sitcom generational sparring. 'Diamond Men' is a sparkly film
that's easy to love."