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Current Rating: 2.81

Current Rating: 2.81

based on 613 votes and 119 reviews

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  • 2 stars Big name talent in a ho-hum movie. Simply being strange isn't funny. Thumbs down.
  • Maybe Americans are too close to this content to be able to understand it - as in, you call it a hammer but we call it a screwdriver.
  • Not only was it dreadful but I fail to understand why the endless use of the 'F' was necessary and very funny-it wasn't!
  • Classic Coen Brtoher's. If you didn't like Fargo you probably won't like this one.
  • this movie was probably the worst i've ever seen. it was boring. i am confused as to how it recieved such great reviews?!?
  • THSSST!!! is too good for this movie? - Bad Brad, Bad...
  • One of the worst movies I have ever seen. I have seen many movies including comedies (ranging from horrible to excellent), action of any type, drama; no other movies can destroy good acting so effectively. This means, good acting does not help ... Fortunately, I had the choice of walking out on it after a merciful 30 minutes (@&#$!x*, I wasted over half an hour of my life on this, I can't believe it). Hollywood, please stop making movies like this!
  • Should be called "Burn Before Watching"! One of the most self indulgent projects I have ever seen. I regretted not walking out and going to see "the house bunny"... most irritating movie since The Blair Witch Project!
  • What the ?? movie is this? Could not believe I was watching a movie that received good reviews!!! Awful.......in my opinion.

Burn After Reading

Genre:  Comedy | Running Time:  96 min.
Release date:  September 12, 2008 | On DVD/VOD:  December 19, 2008

Current rating: Rating: 2.81
based on 613 votes and 119 reviews
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Cast: George Clooney, Frances McDormand, John Malkovich, Tilda Swinton, Richard Jenkins, Brad Pitt