Confessions of a Dangerous Mind
Comedy • R • 2002 • 1 hr 53 min
A strange strange tale of a man that was most likely deranged and a pathological liar. Great acting by Sam Rockwell as always.
This is the film that opened my eyes to Sam Rockwell's acting ability. A weird story about a weird guy, but is it real? Who knows...
What a wild story. Not sure if I totally believe everything but it made for an interesting story to say the least.
Fun directorial effort from Clooney with Rockwell in a memorable role
Clever and a blast of fun. Such a creative, twisty script that will keep you engaged the entire time.
Good biographical drama comedy with superb performance from Rockwell, worth seeing
An absolutely stunning performance from Sam Rockwell. People should've foreseen the Oscar here
Sam Rockwell holds this movie. Plot is also intriguing. I enjoyed it.
It was a bit confusing, but made sense at the end
Sam Rockwell stands out in a premise that seems ridiculous if you haven’t gone down the rabbit hole of intelligence ties to Hollywood.
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