The End of the Tour

The End of the Tour

The End of the Tour

Jesse Eisenberg is Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky in this true story, road trip drama from the director of The Spectacular Now. Jason Segel co-stars as author David Foster Wallace, who opens up to the journalist during the final days of his book tour of Infinite Jest.

2015Rating: M, Coarse language and sexual references106 minsUSA
DramaFestival & Independent
88%
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Reviews & comments

12 angry men meets planes trains and automobiles

First off, let me explain the title. I only said that as this film relies heavily on the dialogue and often being in a room with just them talking and P,T,A well because of the road trip style banter and fun they have. This is not really a comedy but a great film about David Wallace (segal) and a Rolling Stones Writer (eisenberg) To make this movie good the...

5.0
0
Variety

Variety

press

The chemistry simply feels off.

0
Time Out

Time Out

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It teases out the distinctly modern subject of celebrity profile-writing, a rare one for the movies, detouring into avenues of attraction and envy.

4.0
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The Washington Post

The Washington Post

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Doesn’t just sustain the audience’s interest in Wallace and Lipsky’s exchanges, arguments and moments of bonding, but invites us to care deeply about the men.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

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Compassionate, fascinating – and unauthorised – study of the great, late American novelist...

4.0
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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

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Does justice to the book without compromising [the] film.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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Essentially, this is a film about existential emptiness, and yet it's beautiful and alive, as filled with humor as it is with melancholy.

0
Variety

Variety

press

The chemistry simply feels off.

0
Time Out

Time Out

press

It teases out the distinctly modern subject of celebrity profile-writing, a rare one for the movies, detouring into avenues of attraction and envy.

4.0
0
The Washington Post

The Washington Post

press

Doesn’t just sustain the audience’s interest in Wallace and Lipsky’s exchanges, arguments and moments of bonding, but invites us to care deeply about the men.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

Compassionate, fascinating – and unauthorised – study of the great, late American novelist...

4.0
0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Does justice to the book without compromising [the] film.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Essentially, this is a film about existential emptiness, and yet it's beautiful and alive, as filled with humor as it is with melancholy.

0

12 angry men meets planes trains and automobiles

First off, let me explain the title. I only said that as this film relies heavily on the dialogue and often being in a room with just them talking and P,T,A well because of the road trip style banter and fun they have. This is not really a comedy but a great film about David Wallace (segal) and a Rolling Stones Writer (eisenberg) To make this movie good...

5.0
0