Actors Of "Drunkboat"
Director of "Drunkboat"
Critics Of "Drunkboat"
July 10, 2012 Held up from release for years, probably because nobody knew what to make of it, the film deserves a look, and Meyer is a talent worth watching.Read in Source
NYC Movie Guru
July 13, 2012 Undercooked, lazy and frustratingly underwhelming despite solid performances.Read in Source
St. Paul Pioneer Press
July 12, 2012 In the end, "Drunkboat" is no "Glengarry Glen Ross" or "American Buffalo," and even if it were, the real Mamet has always worked better onstage than on film.Read in Source
Los Angeles Times
July 13, 2012 The burnished smear of Lisa Rinzler's photography is a plus, but "Drunkboat" is ultimately the kind of pet project that never traverses from personal to powerful.Read in Source
July 30, 2012 A passion project ill suited to cinematic adaptation, or at least sludgy, unresolved, mannered and grating in its realized incarnation.Read in Source
July 12, 2012 Drunkboat is a "small" movie that plays like a mawkish, Friedberg/Seltzer riff on a small movie.Read in Source
New York Times
July 12, 2012 Though studied and grating at times, "Drunkboat" does sustain a distinct, odd tone. Like its characters it's dreamily restless and prey to its own quixotic ideas.Read in Source
New York Post
July 13, 2012 "Drunkboat" might have come off via nothing more than acting ability and a good heart, if the dialogue didn't amount mostly to aimless chit-chat.Read in Source
July 12, 2012 Horribly written, shockingly amateur. Contrived and exhausting don't begin to summarize this inert disaster.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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