Thank You for Smoking Reviews

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November 20, 2019
A razor-sharp satire that's smart and funny and features a great performance by Aaron Eckhart.
November 7, 2012
Curiously, the film's key drawback --its impassive resolution feels a little too slick -- is arguably indicative of the theme: no matter how much we may think we're peeling back the layers, all we arrive at is another façade.
September 19, 2009
Thank You For Smoking gets much of its juice from a superb Aaron Eckhart as Nick Naylor.
February 28, 2008
Thank You For Smoking is an elegant satire, sneaky and subtle...
August 10, 2007
played so amiably that you barely notice how prickly its barbs are until they have dug right in.
July 17, 2007
Leave your preconceptions at the door, prepare for your favourite causes to be skewered, and enjoy. This is one fun movie.
July 14, 2007
July 10, 2007
Reveling in politically incorrect humor, Reitman takes no prisoners in his debut feature that tackles everything from political hypocrisy to baby seals.
February 22, 2007
The rare film that stays within itself, mocking its obvious targets with the cool insouciance of mentholated tobacco.
January 28, 2007
... a real-life comedic drama that doesn't preach so much as it encourages you to think for yourself lest you be bamboozled like the rest of the flock.
January 12, 2007
November 2, 2006
The film clearly - and repeatedly - hammers home the point that in our culture, any viewpoint can be defended with the right tactics, regardless of truth or ethics.
October 3, 2006
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August 16, 2006
An acerbically funny satire, Thank You For Smoking offers no filters as it mercilessly puffs out moral controversy and political incorrectness. It's fast, witty and sharp, as the film lobbies for personal choice, hitting bulls-eyes in the underbellies of
August 14, 2006
The film shows its heart while shrewdly exposing the art of half-truth spinning and deflection.
July 20, 2006
This film about cigarettes is addictive as the substance and much more fun. It's hard to believe that you could have compassion for someone who shills for Big Tobacco.
June 24, 2006
June 24, 2006
There's enough bite in the dialogue and performances to provoke a hacking cough of approval, and the laugh-out-loud moments are many, not least in scenes featuring Rob Lowe's unctuous Hollywood agent.
June 24, 2006
The result is the hippest comedy of the year.
June 24, 2006
Structural scrappiness aside, it remains a laudably amoral and superbly caustic comedy for those who like their satire strong and unfiltered.
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