Chuck & Buck (2000)
Average Rating: 7/10
Reviews Counted: 85
Fresh: 72 | Rotten: 13
Average Rating: 7/10
Critic Reviews: 31
Fresh: 26 | Rotten: 5
Average Rating: 3.2/5
User Ratings: 4,159
Chuck and Buck were once "best friends," a relationship that means so much to children but fades once the innocence that formed it is gone. For Buck this innocence has never gone away. His interests are infantile; his pursuits are childish. He is twenty-seven years old but still lives with his mother. When she dies, reality crashes in on him. Stubbornly resistant to change and incredibly immature, he cannot cope. Chuck reappears in Buck's life when he shows up at the funeral. Buck fixates on
Jul 14, 2000 Limited
Dec 19, 2000
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Do you like the clammy as opposed to the scary? Do you like dread rather than drama, anguish and emotional coagulation rather than screamfests?
Chuck & Buck might be the most perversely agreeable stalker picture ever made.
That Chuck & Buck holds attention despite -- or partly due to -- its murky, troubling central conceit can be credited to execution that's stealthy and low-key throughout.
Possibly the most daring and honest drama about sexuality I've ever seen.
Creepy, funny, yet surprisingly affecting, Miguel Arteta's darkly comic drama pulls off a remarkable balancing act.
Of all the films to premiere at Sundance 2000, there is one movie that best represented what indie film is supposed to be.
Chuck & Buck is a film which you can't quite get a fix on: it's a movie about child sex which is also as airy and sweetly likeable as anything you'll see this year.
Thought-provoking jet-black comedy that may not be for all tastes, but is well-worth seeking out.
This is a thoughtful, difficult film. See it if you are ready to be challenged.
Here's an odd film: a heartfelt, sweet and funny little story about a coming of age better late than never, it's also the disturbing tale of a pathetic gay sociopath and the man he stalks.
It's certain to make almost everyone in the audience squirm, either out of embarrassment for the characters or because the situation hits too close to home...
It was often painfully difficult to watch. It was never predictable, though, which is saying something.
One of the most fiercely original films about adults coping with their pasts.
This is a troubling yet rewarding film that ultimately gives us a sense of hope by showing us resolution within the confines of normal behaviour.
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