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CRITICS OF "Man Who Wasn't There"
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Not Coming to a Theater Near You
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October 14, 2011

Ed's problem isn't so much that he isn't there but that, when you finally catch a glimpse of him, there's no way to be sure exactly what has caught your gaze.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Some mature themes--best for older teens.
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Chicago Reader
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November 07, 2007

Joel and Ethan Coen stay true to their bent for dense heroes and neonoir, and to their unshakable conviction that life usually turns out to be splendidly horrific.
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Observer (UK)
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November 07, 2007

As good a film as I've seen this year.
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Houston Chronicle

July 21, 2005

Despite the movie's humor and sense of irony, it takes on a sense of somberness as it progresses.
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Variety

November 07, 2007

The film holds the interest, to be sure, but more due to the sure sense of craft and precise effect that one expects from the Coens than from genuine involvement in the story.
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L.A. Weekly
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September 30, 2002

The Coens have resurrected a hardscrabble California of wooden porches and gravel driveways, of rolling, oak-wreathed hills and one-lane roads, and of a restless people whose meager dreams are wrecked the moment money, sex or a bottle get in the way.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

In this the Coens' sly script is helped no end by Billy Bob Thornton's supremely eloquent performance as the taciturn tonsor, lent terrific support from Frances McDormand as the wife.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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April 01, 2011

This stylized black and white noir by the Joel and Ethan Coen is meticulously mounted but too emotionally detached and only sporadically engaging.
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TIME Magazine
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October 13, 2009

Affectlessness is not a quality much prized in movie protagonists, but Billy Bob Thornton, that splendid actor, does it perfectly as Ed Crane.
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Suite101.com
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September 19, 2010

Few outside of Coen cliques paid this nihilistic neo-noir much attention. Perhaps that's its wryest, slyest punchline: To watch Ed Crane is to largely forget him and, upon returning to him, revisit the pleasure of meeting him for the first time.
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