Brad's Status

Brad's Status

Brad's Status

Ben Stiller begins regretting life decisions while on a trip with his son in this comedy co-starring Martin Sheen and Luke Wilson.

Brad (Stiller) is obsessed with the better fortunes of his childhood schoolmates and he is forced to confront these old acquaintances and his feelings of failure while escorting his son on an East Coast tour of colleges.

2017Rating: M, Coarse language and drug use97 minsUSA
Comedy

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Brad's Status / Reviews

Vulture

Vulture

As he proved in his first film, Chuck and Buck, and the TV series Enlightened, White has empathy for people on outside looking in, and Brad's Status is his most naked - and grim - exploration of envy yet.

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Variety

Variety

Does the world need another Ben-Stiller-as-malcontent-white-man movie? When it's as sharp a satire as writer-director Mike White has made, absolutely!

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The New York Times

The New York Times

"Brad's Status" at its best is genuinely thought-provoking.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

While White might not make for an entirely convincing film-maker, his script still reveals his considerable skills as a humourist.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

As dad obsessed with his son's college applications, Ben Stiller is at his best in Mike White's high-anxiety satire. Stiller and White: they make you laugh till it hurts.

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Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Starting from a single key insight into human behaviour - the natural compulsion to compare oneself to others - White has spun a funny, empathetic and surprisingly grounded comedy that itself defies obvious comparisons.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

A droll and affecting male-midlife-crisis comedy.

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