Being Flynn Reviews

  • Being Flynn
    • Genre : Comedy, Drama
    • Release Date :
    • MPAA Rating : R
    • Duration : 102 minute(s)
    • Production Budget : -
    • Studio : Focus Features
    • Official Site :
    • Reviews Rate
      Not quite bad, but it's not recommended either.

    • Readers Rate

Movie Reviews

  • this barrel-scraping spectacle with a twist of salvation is pretty cut-rate
    2 of 5 by Keith Uhlich [Time Out New York ]
  • there is honest feeling, genuine humanity and real intelligence in this movie, but there is also a sense of caution, of indecisiveness, that undermines its potential power
    by A.O. Scott [New York Times ]
  • the script never marries them into a whole, and the voiceovers end up being more cliched than clever
    2 of 5 by Joe Neumaier [New York Daily News ]
  • the kind of Dante nightmare actors find fun to play, but it's hell for an audience to watch
    2 of 4 by Rex Reed [New York Observer ]
  • the film's conceit is that it offers narrations from both Nick and Jonathan, who self-reflexively opine about which is the better chronicler
    1 of 4 by R. Kurt Osenlund [Slant Magazine ]
  • the film refreshingly approaches none of these in the mode of "problem" or "issue"-related dramas
    by Todd McCarthy [Hollywood Reporter ]
  • that would be one boring, redundant piece-of-s - - t movie
    1.5 of 4 by Lou Lumenick [New York Times ]
  • on paper, Nick Flynn's literary-minded novel isn't something that would necessarily work as an engaging film
    by Edward Douglas [ ]
  • mimicking Flynn's nonlinear approach to narrative nonfiction
    by Karina Longworth [Village Voice ]
  • leaves you feeling as if everyone is trying a little too hard. Sometimes, less really is more
    by Betsy Sharkey [Los Angeles Times ]
  • it never feels inspirational - it’s too gritty and dark
    by Mary F. Pols [Time Magazine ]
  • it is a funny story. It is a tragic story. But most of all it is a human story, warts and all
    by JimmyO [JoBlo's Movie Emporium ]
  • in "Being Flynn," however, neither character gives us much reason to care who they are- or ever will be
    by Marshall Fine [Hollywood & Fine ]
  • hectoring monotony
    Review rate : C by Owen Gleiberman [Entertainment Weekly ]
  • dishes out plenty of misery, but never satisfies by delving beneath the surface
    2 of 4 by Claudia Puig [USA Today ]

Reader's Reviews

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