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Man on the Moon (1999)

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Released Year: 1999
Runtime: 118 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Drama, History
Directors: Miloš Forman

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The story of the life and career of eccentric avant-garde comedian, Andy Kaufman.

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Reviews


88
Chicago Sun-Times - Roger Ebert
What is most wonderful about Man on the Moon, a very good film, is that it remains true to Kaufman's stubborn vision.
75
USA Today - Mike Clark
A movie of moments whose ultimate legacy may be to get Carrey out of formula comedies forever.
75
New York Daily News - Jami Bernard
Carrey gives an otherworldly, possessed performance as Kaufman.
75
San Francisco Examiner - Wesley Morris
A fascinating, sometimes profound curiosity.
67
Portland Oregonian - Shawn Levy
Strictly texture, a romp over the surfaces of Andy Kaufman's life with not much insight into its core.

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