An American Pickle
Comedy • PG-13 • 2020 • 1 hr 29 min
Very fun story. Great acting on two roles from Rogen. Good casual watch.
As one of my first Seth-Rogen dramas, the premise, acting, music, and cinematography are all excellent, making this an enjoyable dramedy!
I’ve watched this 4 times and I laugh harder every time, Rogan’s a genius. Manages to make a doppelgänger movie not a total gimmick Love it!
Very slow, had potential but just never really gets the job done with holding your attention. Nothing memorable about it at all for me.
The last movie you’d expect to make a deep strategy about heritage, family, and history, but here we are. Lots of heart
A few charming moments of sincerity aren’t enough to make up for an aimless and often annoying plot
This movie feels like Seth just having a good time
I enjoyed it. Makes you wonder what your ancestors would think of what you live or how we honor dead. Views of eras. Etc. kinda funny
Odd. Rogan does his best in the dual role but it’s peculiar plot just never truly delivers.
This was so fun and arbitrary. Acting is legendary. Really enjoyed this.
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