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Slipstream

(2007)

Rated R for language and some violent images.

R In Theaters 10/26/2007 , 97min.
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Critic score based on 14 reviews

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May 22, 2008
bebedo49
Hopkins has never disappointed... therefore must be given the credibility he so richly deserves. This film must be watched through to the final credits. Maybe then, his eager critics would begin to understand... oops, didn't mean to scare... He has given us a glimpse into the totality of modern cinema. Vanity, eccentricity, monetary gain over artistic expression, commercial exploitation....
May 22, 2008
codyrsnydr
Anthony Hopkins is a wonderful actor, and I have enjoyed his work over the years. I saw that several notable actors were in this project with him and therefore the film MUST be great. Well.....I kept waiting for it to all come together, to be thrilled that I took the time to watch it. Im so sorry, Anthony, I think you should stick with acting! I will still go to see anything you are starring
May 22, 2008
marmot01
I love it... I was happy, Nicole carried the whole movie...I will recommend this movie to all my relatives and friends.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

Village Voice
Hopkins claims it's a comedy, and perhaps John Turturro's live-action cartoon of a mogul producer suggests so, but what does it all mean? That art can be just as shallow as Hollywood? Full Review
Andrew O'Hehir
Salon.com
The film has moments of goofy delight, some pseudo-David Lynch spookery and a couple of comic supporting turns. Full Review
Carina Chocano
Los Angeles Times
Taking a cue from David Lynch, Hopkins fractures the narrative from the first frame, but unlike Lynch he doesn't go far enough in establishing a context from which to deviate. If the story fragments we're watching spring from the same mind, in other words, it's not obvious. Full Review
Jack Mathews
New York Daily News
Writer, director and star Anthony Hopkins releases his inner muse with Slipstream, and guess who shows up - David Lynch! Full Review
Kirk Honeycutt
The Hollywood Reporter
Amusing cinematic buffoonery by a man poking fun at movie conventions and the movie business itself. Full Review

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