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Hats off to Viggo Mortensen. The actor pulls off playing identical twins in this Argentinian thriller - which never quite lives up to his talents.
Everybody Has a Plan is in the vein of, if not on the same plane as, Michelangelo Antonioni's The Passenger.
Mr. Mortensen keeps you watching, even when the movie's storytelling underwhelms.
Everybody Has a Plan isn't overburdened so much as stretched pitifully thin, and the double-the-fun result is closer to the dueling-Elvises vehicle Kissin' Cousins than, say, Dead Ringers.
Hardly anyone will see it, but those who do ought to be impressed.
[Mortensen] plays the most lackluster pair of identical twins the movies have ever conceived.
Directed by Ana Piterbarg, the film is moody and often beautiful, entering an almost lost world. However, it is also beset with pomposity and heaviness that make it as sluggish as the muddy delta where much of it is set.
An Argentinian life-swap thriller with Viggo Mortensen playing twins? Sounds promising - but Everybody Has A Plan doesn't quite go according to plan.
Mortensen's pensive, Gothic brooding makes this an entirely watchable but ultimately unsuccessful piece of art-house swamp-noir.
A rather disabled story built on a rather thin concept of twins swapping lives
A curious film that has a few fine moments and builds up to an interesting crescendo, but the plot is patchy with many things unexplained, leaving us indifferent
It's frustrating that the film is so relentlessly dull, drifting through the story without a sense of purpose.
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