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Multiple Sarcasms

Overview


Genre :

Drama

Release Date :

May 07, 2010 (Limited)

MPAA Rating :

R

Director :

Brooks Branch

Starring :

Timothy Hutton, Mira Sorvino, Dana Delany, Stockard Channing, Mario Van Peebles, Laila Robins, India Ennenga

REVIEWS RATE:  Critics  Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.    Readers  5 of 5 [Rate It]

“..peddles the fantasy that playwriting at the beginner's level can generate serious money..”
by Stephen Holden [NY Times]
Review rate : C-

“..Multiple Sarcasms tries to do much the same-except for the fanciful and funny part..”
by Noel Murray [A.V. Club]
“..Listless failing-marriage drama suffers from script and direction as uninspired as its protagonist..”
by John DeFore [Hollywood Reporter]
“..it's the kind of odious, self-validating wish fulfillment that actually makes you appreciate the more generous self-absorption of Henry Jaglom films..”
by Brian Miller [Village Voice]
1 of 4

“..a sea of rambling, incongruously edited and lousily shot scenes..”
by Nick Schager [Slant Magazine]
“..a lot of heavy breathing..”
by Betsy Sharkey [LA Times]
“.."Sarcasms" should quickly find a cable berth..”
by Ronnie Scheib [Variety]
2 of 4

“.."Multiple Sarcasms" is a terrible title for a movie. And it's even worse for a movie that's got some other serious problems...”
by Jeff Vice [Deseret News]
3 of 4

“.."Multiple Sarcasms" has a way of creatively meandering into unexpected pockets of comedy and poignancy, heading toward some kind of eventual grace, a little like real life..”
by Tom Keogh [Seattle Times]

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