Weinstein Company, The | Release Date: November 2, 2012
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MarcDoyleNov 4, 2012
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I completely understand where Joe Morgenstern is coming from in his pan of this film - and when I truly think about it, it's not a film of immense substance, and it doesn't make sense in many ways. But there's something about the way that Penn plays the role that connects with me. The portrayal reminds me of a friend, and perhaps that colored my judgement a bit, but I really feel like I need to see this film again. His ultimate treatment of the Nazi war criminal seemed a bit out of left field to me, and I'm sure it was meant as food for thought. It's the most disturbing movie in an otherwise genial, benign flick. Expand
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dm_punksApr 6, 2013
This review contains spoilers, click expand to view. I'm glad I came along for the ride with Cheyenne. This is one of the best trips I've ever taken. I realize that maybe this film is not for everybody, but for me it hits a lot of the right spots, including most of all, how everyone misunderstands everybody else. As the movie ended, it felt, as Cheyenne said, that "something's not quite right here. I'm not sure what exactly. But something...." Expand
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teresitaMar 19, 2013
Never in a million years would I have thought to see Sean Penn dressed as Robert Smith. Which catched my attention making me curious to see this film being a big fan of David Byrne and Robert Smith. This film is a perfect definition on anNever in a million years would I have thought to see Sean Penn dressed as Robert Smith. Which catched my attention making me curious to see this film being a big fan of David Byrne and Robert Smith. This film is a perfect definition on an independent film since it's only for a specific audience who can appreciate misunderstood classic artist which Sean Penn does a perfect example of. The film had a great soundtrack and an unforgettable execution. This film isn't for everybody but I personally enjoyed it. Expand
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JLuis_001Sep 6, 2017
This Must Be The Place, is a film that exudes warmth, is a peculiar, hilarious and touching film carried out by a transformative Sean Penn, which is how I like to see him the most.
It is true that the film can be disconcerting, but if you
This Must Be The Place, is a film that exudes warmth, is a peculiar, hilarious and touching film carried out by a transformative Sean Penn, which is how I like to see him the most.
It is true that the film can be disconcerting, but if you give it the opportunity you will enjoy it.
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