Answers to Nothing (2011)
Average Rating: 3.1/10
Reviews Counted: 22
Fresh: 2 | Rotten: 20
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Average Rating: 3.6/10
Critic Reviews: 13
Fresh: 2 | Rotten: 11
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Average Rating: 2.8/5
User Ratings: 1,643
Against the backdrop of a missing girl case, lost souls throughout Los Angeles search for meaning and redemption and affect each other in ways they don't always see. -- (C) Roadside Attractions
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An apt title that sadly recalls lesser ensemble pieces like "Playing by Heart," while wanting to be "Grand Canyon."
It begins with Dane Cook procuring sperm to impregnate his desperate wife with a little help from his mistress - and goes steadily downhill from there.
There's a lack of real conclusiveness to many of the film's characters and situations.
With his latest effort 'Answers to Nothing,' co-writer-director Matthew Leutwyler appears to have confused glum with profound.
Some impassioned performances ease the flow of gloom, but it's a long, steady walk to the noose for a picture in dire need of Prozac and some fresh air.
In the inexplicably titled 'Answers to Nothing,' a film you might inadvertently wander into this weekend if you're unlucky
A Short Cuts full of self-pitying sociopaths, Answers to Nothing follows its characters toward a succession of increasingly queasy conclusions it tries to pass off as heartfelt and human.
An overlong bunch of intertwining stories, none of which is worth the viewer's time.
Will make you hate words--and these idiots who refuse to stop saying them without actually saying anything at all.
Audience Reviews for Answers to Nothing
- Kate: You are 90 minutes late... I should be 2 hrs late.
- Kate: Cheers 'To pain'.
- Ryan: I trust you Mom.
- Ryan: Its been nine years. He's never coming back.
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