Mr. WoodcockJohn Farley, a self-help author, returns to his hometown and makes a shocking discovery: His mother is about to marry his old high school gym teacher, a man who made high school hell for generations of students.Keywords:
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Directors of "Mr. Woodcock"Craig GillespieBirthdate: 1 September 1967, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Creators of "Mr. Woodcock"Michael CarnesJosh Gilbert
Critic Reviews of "Mr. Woodcock"Ebert & RoeperSeptember 18, 2007
A dreary and depressing alleged comedy that takes a talented cast and a promising germ of an idea, and kills it dead.USA TodaySeptember 14, 2007
This may be the most laugh-free comedy of the year.New York TimesSeptember 14, 2007
Between Mr. Thornton's wry performance and Tami Reiker's nuanced wide-screen photography, you half-expect Woodcock to deliver more than formulaic laughs.Toronto StarSeptember 14, 2007
This movie makes a much better case study for aspiring entertainment executives than it does a cinematic experience. What it most emphatically is not is a date movie.Seattle TimesSeptember 14, 2007
While two novice screenwriters are officially credited with the script, the movie lurches around like something assembled by committee.San Francisco ChronicleSeptember 14, 2007
This film apparently sat around for a few years before being released. It's unlikely to make waves now, but Thornton and Scott do set off a few entertaining ripples.Urban CinefileJuly 12, 2008
Mr Woodcock is ok as far as predictable, low-brow Hollywood comedies are concerned, and it's considerably elevated by its above average cast.Cinema em CenaMarch 15, 2008
O longa não apenas acaba se revelando terrivelmente sem graça como também assusta por sua moral torta, condizente com a do personagem-título.The Scorecard ReviewMarch 03, 2008
we're stuck with Amy Poehler telling us she's an alcoholic and an unaware Susan Sarandon watching two men act like idiots, which unfortunately isn't funny at all.Reel Film ReviewsFebruary 28, 2008
...a tedious and hackneyed effort that surely (and hopefully) marks Billy Bob Thornton's final appearance as a comedically misanthropic curmudgeon...Movie MetropolisJanuary 15, 2008
The whole film is like a depressing nightmare.Sly FoxJanuary 10, 2008
Apparently, Billy Bob Thornton has embraced the idea of appealing to the lowest possible common denominator. How else can you explain his presence in another bad taste bottom-feeder which might have been better titled Bad Gym Teacher, ala Bad Santa?
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