Columbia TriStar Domestic Television | Release Date: December 3, 1999
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Universal acclaim based on 28 Ratings
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AlexM.Jan 2, 2006
Ms Morton's performance, ranks up there with B. Keaton. I loved it. Way to go Sam. You too Sean.
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steves.Jan 9, 2006
I loved the acting. I loved the music. I loved the aesthetic. I loved the feel. Simply sweet. This is one of my favorite movies ever.
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PatC.Sep 26, 2006
Once again we see that, when there is a role for a character in an intolerably obnoxious phase of life, Sean Penn is the one to play him. Not a pleasant or particularly riveting show, but again we see how Woody Allen can bring a photoplay Once again we see that, when there is a role for a character in an intolerably obnoxious phase of life, Sean Penn is the one to play him. Not a pleasant or particularly riveting show, but again we see how Woody Allen can bring a photoplay into a sharply focused and breathtakingly concise conclusion - in this case explaining how Penn's character was finally able to become one with his art. So inevitably the movie gets better upon later reflection. Expand
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J-ShapSep 1, 2011
A rewarding and satisfying drama, that satirizes biopics while embodying Allen's love for jazz into a great character, brought to life with a terrific performance by Sean Penn. Sweet and Lowdown is Allen's finest dramatic work.
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