art-linson,Where the Buffalo Roam, What Just Happened? [DVD] [2008] [Multilingual] [Region 1], What Just Happened? [Blu-ray]
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"...[A] fascinating, highly-adept performance by Bill Murray...[He gives a] provocatively off-beat performance which rings absolutely true..." Variety "Murray does a fine impersonation of the good doctor's over-medicated, scattershot genius..." Uncut77.948

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"Robert De Niro gives his most natural, non-self-parodying performance in a decade as the Linson figure Ben, striking a fine balance of cosmopolitan bemusement, low-intensity terror, and almost-controlled, repeatedly displaced jealousy."Film Comment 3 stars out of 5 -- "Its universe is a cracked mirror of Hollywood....Robert De Niro is ideally suited to playing his harassed alter-ego Ben..."Total Film "[The film] has dryly obscene, laugh-out-loud lines, and its portrait of Hollywood as a giant anxiety attack is fused by De Niro, who musters a desperate, nagging warmth beneath his grumbly facade." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly "The performances are good (some scarily realistic), and the movie is enjoyable....W. is absorbing and amusing to ruminate over."USA Today "De Niro's effortless, engaging performance -- striding around trying to please everyone...ensures that Levinson's film is a more affectionate kick in Tinseltown's ribs."Sight and Sound "Willis is a hoot as a nightmare version of himself. There are funny scenes, nicely directed by Barry Levinson."Rolling Stone "If you're into the behind-the-scenes working of Hollywood, then you'll enjoy it; It's really keyed into the insecurity and tenuous nature of showbiz; De Niro is solid as usual..."Premiere "[De Niro] shines as a frazzled producer who two exes and a pair of celluloid nightmares....The message is: Everyone in Hollywood lies...mostly to themselves."Entertainment Weekly0.2225479

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"Robert De Niro gives his most natural, non-self-parodying performance in a decade as the Linson figure Ben, striking a fine balance of cosmopolitan bemusement, low-intensity terror, and almost-controlled, repeatedly displaced jealousy."Film Comment 3 stars out of 5 -- "Its universe is a cracked mirror of Hollywood....Robert De Niro is ideally suited to playing his harassed alter-ego Ben..."Total Film "[The film] has dryly obscene, laugh-out-loud lines, and its portrait of Hollywood as a giant anxiety attack is fused by De Niro, who musters a desperate, nagging warmth beneath his grumbly facade." -- Grade: BEntertainment Weekly "The performances are good (some scarily realistic), and the movie is enjoyable....W. is absorbing and amusing to ruminate over."USA Today "De Niro's effortless, engaging performance -- striding around trying to please everyone...ensures that Levinson's film is a more affectionate kick in Tinseltown's ribs."Sight and Sound "Willis is a hoot as a nightmare version of himself. There are funny scenes, nicely directed by Barry Levinson."Rolling Stone "If you're into the behind-the-scenes working of Hollywood, then you'll enjoy it; It's really keyed into the insecurity and tenuous nature of showbiz; De Niro is solid as usual..."Premiere "[De Niro] shines as a frazzled producer who two exes and a pair of celluloid nightmares....The message is: Everyone in Hollywood lies...mostly to themselves."Entertainment Weekly0.2225479

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