- Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Jason Schwartzman, Jude Law, Lily Tomlin, Mark Wahlberg, Naomi Watts
- Summary: Convinced that a series of coincidences involving a doorman hold some secret to life's largest riddles, Albert Markovski (Schwartzman) seeks the help of a detective agency unlike any other...which leads him down a path that questions the essence of existence itself. (20th Century Fox)
- Director: David O. Russell
- Genre(s): Drama, Comedy
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tonybobOct 23, 2005I loved this movie so much i couldnt stop laughing everytime i watch it it gets funnier it never plays out. i think this is the most underrated movie this year. mark wahlberg was halarious everytime he's on the screen i cant stop laughing.… Expand
CharlieN.May 17, 2006Brilliant, original, and hilarious!
CJMorrisDec 11, 2007WARNING: this movie is NOT for a general audience like all books are not written for one person, etc. If you like philosophy and ideas, this is as good a dramatization as has been realized on screen. That's Russell's real achievement here. As for the cast, score, design, etc. it's terrific. Well done, Mr. Russell. This film has a heart and a voice that is infinite. An undeniable classic that captures the times.… Expand
FabienL.Nov 28, 2005Very much in line with "Rushmore" or "the aquatic life..." Great cast, great acting jobs, very pleasant.
PatC.Mar 12, 2007Excellent movie on a cerebral level, and proof that genuine creativity is still possible in Hollywood. Too bad the film is structurally weak. The convolutions of the thought processes presented spill over into the plot presentation - just a little too much to juggle on the fly. And sure, it's a comedy, but the music mocks the content. End result: Less than the sum of its parts.… Expand
MitchDec 4, 2005Philosophy 101 gets boring after about 30 minutes. Great cast, top notch talent all around, but squandered.
CanSep 21, 2005This lazy movie asks you to blindly accept the philosophy presented, while criticizing you for blindly accepting what you already believe. You can't have it both ways. I might have been o.k. with the concept had the film actually contained some entertainment. No, it's just preaching to the choir, or alienating anybody who's not in that particular choir.… Expand
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