Critic Review - Cinematical

We're subjected to so much arbitrary quirkiness that the characters' big breakthroughs and breakdowns ring false, accidentally making for some of the film's biggest laughs.

April 25, 2010 Full Review Source: Cinematical | Comment (1)


John Arthur Beaman

john b

I best assessment of Goss's review is that he likes the word "quirk" and he didn't find Richard to be a believable character. He's right that Richard probably can't exist in the real world, but his problems are hardly arbitrary. From second grade on, Richard began and continued a journey into decent that lead him to one particular place at one particular time.

Aug 25 - 10:46 PM

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