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65% The Hundred-Foot Journey $5.3M
20% Into The Storm $3.8M

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Certifiably Jonathan Reviews

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Joseph Jon Lanthier
Slant Magazine

Jim Pasternak's documentary is a sophisticated appreciation of Winters as an unsung multi-talent.

Full Review Source: Slant Magazine | Original Score: 3/4

February 16, 2011
Frederic and Mary Ann Brussat
Spirituality and Practice

A whimsical documentary about the elderly comedian Jonathan Winters and his quest to have his paintings exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art.

Full Review Source: Spirituality and Practice | Original Score: 3/5

February 11, 2011
Lou Lumenick
New York Post
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Fortunately, Winters' legendary inventiveness as a comedian has not diminished with the years.

Full Review Source: New York Post | Original Score: 2.5/4

February 11, 2011
Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times
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For a movie literally about "finding the funny," it's ironic that director Jim Pasternak too rarely does in his fitfully lively but mostly awkward mockumentary "Certifiably Jonathan."

Full Review Source: Los Angeles Times | Original Score: 2/5

March 31, 2011
Roger Ebert
Chicago Sun-Times
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Jonathan Winters is a fine and funny fellow, and deserves better than this.

Full Review Source: Chicago Sun-Times | Original Score: 1/4

February 17, 2011
David Noh
Film Journal International

There's a trove of laughs to be found here, courtesy of the ineffable Jonathan Winters, which somewhat override the labored mockumentary gimmick.

Full Review Source: Film Journal International

February 11, 2011
Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times
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Observing his subject both on and off medication (Mr. Winters says he is bipolar), Mr. Pasternak has produced a film that feels depressingly exploitative.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 1/5

February 11, 2011
Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter
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Faux documentary about the legendary comedian squanders the rich potential of its subject.

Full Review Source: Hollywood Reporter

February 10, 2011
Nathan Rabin
AV Club
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Would seem inconsequential under any circumstances, but feels especially threadbare coming on the heels of Joan Rivers: A Piece Of Work.

Full Review Source: AV Club | Original Score: C-

February 10, 2011
Elvis Mitchell

It's got a great subject -- the extraordinarily voluble comedian Jonathan Winters, whose constant rush of words can be like a blizzard: beautiful, maddening, exhausting and finally beautiful again. But it's not a great film.

Full Review Source: Movieline | Original Score: 5/10

February 10, 2011
Ronnie Scheib
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Winters deserves better.

Full Review Source: Variety

February 9, 2011
Nicolas Rapold
Village Voice
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The big-kid-bulky Dayton-born comedian gets some welcome playtime in Jim Pasternak's patchwork tribute, but not nearly enough.

Full Review Source: Village Voice

February 9, 2011
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