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Puncture

Rated R for drug use, language, some nudity and a sexual reference.

R In Theaters 09/23/2011 , 99min.
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Viewer score based on 8 ratings
51%
Critic score based on 7 reviews

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April 24, 2012
jolie101415
This was very well acted, terrific story - and a true story - it has it all. I could identify with so many of the characters - fighting a system that isn't always fair, trying to not to be ordinary but doing what God wants me to do with my life - whether it is ordinary or not, being persistent even when I want to sometimes give up but knowing ultimately its the right thing to do. These are the
January 18, 2012
gt00000000110806
nice
September 23, 2011
dm00000000102143
Obviously someone needed to write a better review for this movie. Not only is it based on a true story that will blow your mind but Chris Evans does a phenomenal job portraying the part. Seriously people, don't take our advice, see it for yourselves. You won't be disappointed.

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David Fear
Time Out New York
It's Weiss's sheer gonzo energy and his determination to keep it together (barely) in the name of justice that initially fuel this underdog tale, giving it a far more manic, unpredictable edge than your usual courtroom handwringer. Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
The film is chock-a-block with extraordinary performances and no one will fault the filmmaking either. This is a well-made movie, make no mistake. It just suffers from a dysfunctional hero. Full Review
Nick Pinkerton
Village Voice
Puncture is proudly "Based on a True Story." As is so often the case, this means an indifference to "true" human relationships in favor of crusading self-righteousness. Full Review
Rex Reed
New York Observer
Like any good cautionary tale, Puncture tells a suspenseful story responsibly, creating food for thought and leaving the audience both enlightened and entertained. Full Review
Ronnie Scheib
Variety
Though conceptually intriguing, the mix of downward drug spiral with uphill struggle for good never really coalesces. Full Review
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