Leaves of Grass details
|Starring:||Edward Norton, Richard Dreyfuss, Susan Sarandon, Keri Russell, Melanie Lynskey, Maggie Siff, Tim Blake Nelson, Rhea Perlman, Ty Burrell, Josh Pais|
|Director:||Tim Blake Nelson|
Leaves of Grass
|Run time:||1 hour 45 minutes|
|Rental release:||21 Feb 2011|
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A bit differentBy james from brighton , 10 Mar 2010
[Highly rated reviewer]So so movie. Not the best but far from the worst, this film doesn't really do much or go anywhere but it is entertaining although the redneck accents can be hard to pick up in places.
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Truly direBy crossing-sweeper (8 reviews) , 04 Oct 2013This is a dreadful film. Unconvincing and pretentious, its only attraction seems to be as a showcase for the undoubted acting skills of Edward Norton, here playing identical twin brothers. But it combines portentous philosophical musings (that sound as if the screenwriter did a bit of light googling before getting to work) with embarrassingly unfunny slapstick. The film's preachiness sat oddly too with a degree of moral confusion that left even the actors looking as if they wondered what they should do next. Awful.
what an terrible film!!By haylesbaylespigstales (177 reviews) from Fleetwood , 06 Jul 2013awful film, couldn't wait for it to end so I turned it off after 40mins - couldn't stand to watch it anymore.
Yee Hah!By a customer from Midlands , 21 May 2012Yesum! This is one of those deep south films that confirms your prejudices, or at least the film makers'. Nevertheless it is not that bad, though Norton as always needs a kick up the pants to give it more emotion (why some people get to be famous actors and not others is a mystery to me).
not funnyBy vickig0306 (429 reviews) from Halifax , 17 Feb 2012was left disappointed with this as I thought it was going to be really funny from the trailer & it just wasnt that funny at all
Really enjoyed this one.By a customer , 28 Jan 2012Well written and executed. Good performances all round. Double role for Norton convincingly portrayed without any awkardly spliced scenes (well, maybe one). Really enjoyed it.