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The cast is rounded out with likable comedians, but this fable can't decide if it's going to be deliciously bad or morally upstanding.
Will Raee's feature wrings a few laughs from a strained premise, but remains far better suited to short-attention span formats than theatrical play.
Austin Found features a great ensemble cast, but never manages to explore unique territory.
Cardellini alone makes a case for the script's tonal swings, though even she can't take your ears off the droning musical score or the thuddingly on-the-nose song selections of music supervisor Nic Harcourt.
Linda Cardellini -- wow, is she good here: scary, weirdly sympathetic, pathetic, powerful ...
Comedies don't come much dumber.
It's one of the better movies about murder, manipulation and celebrity since Gus Van Sant's 1995 feature To Die For.
Austin Found tells the story of what one mother will do for fame.
... struggles to generate much emotional investment in its off-putting characters or their plight.
Packed with talented comedy stars, this misguided misfire isn't just unfunny; it doesn't seem like it was ever supposed to be -- it wanders, lost between a serious crime drama and a biteless satire.
It's not a stunning achievement from Raee, but "Austin Found" impresses is small doses, securing the atmosphere of dark comedy without falling apart.
A bumpy ride to Coen country, the kidnapping caper Austin Found squanders a dialed-in Linda Cardellini performance on a barren premise.
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