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Robert De Niro does some of the best acting he's done in quite awhile.
When a film can produce that degree of involvement with the audience it goes beyond simply being a film and becomes art - art makes us consider, think, and change.
We lasted for half the film, and then sufficiently depressed, gave it up.
De Niro's always great, and the movie was well-made, but it was extremely depressing.Published 3 months ago by Fred Michaelson
not a good movie for DE NIRO--- he should have portrayed his role with known actors ...the other actors were nowhere near his
quality or experience !!!!!!!!!!!!!
An interesting accounting by Nick Flynn on his (and his estranged father's) life. The actors handle their roles well. Read morePublished 7 months ago by D. S. HARDEN
Must see, with the two great actors Dano and De Niro facing off. Dano gets to range outside his typecast "reluctant neb" role. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Aaron Krowne
A young man, who has issues of his own, runs into his father that he hasn't seen in years and finds out his father is living on the street. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Sally Jones
Movie that bends the definition of family and unconditional love !Published 8 months ago by Gregory T. Laliberte
Unrelentingly depressing. Mental health, poverty, desertion, old age, homeless shelter -- it's all here. We lasted for half the film, and then sufficiently depressed, gave it up.Published 9 months ago by Gigi