Wilson

Wilson

Wilson

Woody Harrelson is an unusually peppy downer who reunites with his ex (Laura Dern, Wild) and the teenage daughter he never knew about. From the director of The Skeleton Twins, based on the graphic novel by Daniel Clowes.

2017Rating: MA15+, Strong coarse language94 minsUSA
ComedyDrama
92%
want to see

Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

In Wilson, Daniel Clowes’ voice, which was once acerbically hip, sounds dated.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

press

As things go bad for Wilson, the movie, unfortunately, loses a considerable amount of steam as well.

2.0
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Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

On screen, Wilson retains the unvarying look of a comic-strip character.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Missed opportunities hobble the film as a whole, but Harrelson is in there pitching his best game. That alone is a sight to see.

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Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Overestimates our affection for a grating antihero only mildly warmed by Harrelson's ambling charm.

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Imagine how hard it must be to make a film about an obnoxious self-obsessed neurotic nobody. Maybe add several equally unlikeable characters then tell a story that starts and ends nowhere special with little of interest happening in between. This is the film Wilson (2017) and calling it a black comedy does nothing to lighten its dead weight. But it begs the...

1.0
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Variety

Variety

press

In Wilson, Daniel Clowes’ voice, which was once acerbically hip, sounds dated.

0
The Guardian

The Guardian

press

As things go bad for Wilson, the movie, unfortunately, loses a considerable amount of steam as well.

2.0
0
Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald

press

On screen, Wilson retains the unvarying look of a comic-strip character.

0
Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

press

Missed opportunities hobble the film as a whole, but Harrelson is in there pitching his best game. That alone is a sight to see.

0
Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Overestimates our affection for a grating antihero only mildly warmed by Harrelson's ambling charm.

0

Imagine how hard it must be to make a film about an obnoxious self-obsessed neurotic nobody. Maybe add several equally unlikeable characters then tell a story that starts and ends nowhere special with little of interest happening in between. This is the film Wilson (2017) and calling it a black comedy does nothing to lighten its dead weight. But it begs...

1.0
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