Joe SomebodyThe movie follows Joe whose dead-end personal and professional lives are turned around after the office bully publicly humiliates him in front of his daughter on 'Bring Your Child To Work Day'. Since then, Joe begins a quest for personal redemption by enduring a personal make-over and takes martial arts lessons from a B-action star.
Actors of "Joe Somebody"
Characters of "Joe Somebody"
Directors of "Joe Somebody"John PasquinBirthdate: 8 June 1945
Creators of "Joe Somebody"John Scott ShepherdBirthdate: 1964
Critic Reviews of "Joe Somebody"Minneapolis Star TribuneNovember 06, 2002
Not something to write home about.Globe and MailMarch 19, 2002
Has the look and feel of an extended sitcom episode.San Francisco ChronicleJanuary 06, 2002
While never truly funny or insightful, the movie works intermittently by digging a little deeper than you might expect.Ebert & RoeperJanuary 03, 2002
I'd rather see a whole movie about an aging B-movie actor and forget about all the stuff with Tim Allen.Toronto StarDecember 21, 2001
The movie makes smart use of the small-screen big-charm appeal of former Home Improvement star Tim Allen.Seattle TimesDecember 21, 2001
Aiming to punch holes in some male myths, John Scott Shepherd's script barely makes contact.Common Sense MediaDecember 24, 2010
Talented actors are wasted on bad script.Cinema CrazedApril 29, 2009
I think you'll be pleasantly surprised by it.Cinema em CenaAugust 16, 2003
O arco dramático vivenciado pelo personagem de Tim Allen consegue, por vezes, comover e despertar uma identificação com o espectador. Pena que o filme, em sua insistência em se afirmar como comédia, tente criar piadas tão vazias e mal-sucedidas.Reel Film ReviewsAugust 01, 2003
Much of the running time is devoted to dramatic subplots and other such misguided attempts at pathos.CinemaBlend.comApril 25, 2003
There is a definite threat behind this man's eyes.Film Quips OnlineFebruary 08, 2003
Bearing clear marks of a film made strictly to pay the bills, its performances are phoned in and its direction is eminently average.
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