TV Shows

Wilson (2017)

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Released Year: 2017
Runtime: 94 minutes
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Directors: Craig Johnson


Middle-aged and divorced, Wilson finds himself lonely, smug and obsessed with his past.



IndieWire - Eric Kohn
Even as the screenplay (which Clowes adapted) contains much of the source material’s pitch-black humor, it also falls short of realizing its subtle vision of an angry recluse learning to make peace with his surroundings.
The Playlist - Noel Murray
This Wilson is sweet and pleasant and occasionally riotously funny. But it’s still the simplified version of a much more complicated work of art.
The A.V. Club - A.A. Dowd
It’s a gamble, building a comedy around a character this boorish.
The Film Stage - Jordan Raup
Despite [Harrelson's] commitment to a lack of civility, there’s a darker film lying in the cynical heart of Wilson, one that gets squandered by its mawkish aesthetic and lack of interest in exploring these characters beyond their crudeness.
The Hollywood Reporter - David Rooney
Despite its appealing performers and some tasty comic moments, Wilson overestimates our affection for a grating antihero only mildly warmed by Harrelson's ambling charm.

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