In this heart-on-its-sleeve comedy-drama, Al Pacino (left) stars as an aging, rich, and famous singer-songwriter seeking redemption as a family man.
Here’s a case where the movie is just a tad longer than the title, and there’s not enough content to justify the feature length.
The narrative is carefully structured to include an appropriate payoff, but along the way is feels strangely and surprisingly farfetched.
‘Dallas Buyers Club’ is the loosely-based true story of stubbornly resourceful Ron Woodruff’s struggle to survive as an AIDS patient.
Whereas Dudley Moore’s Arthur was childlike, Russell Brand’s Arthur is childish. At best.