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Current Rating: 3.69

Current Rating: 3.69

based on 1383 votes and 13 reviews

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  • Excellent, artistic,...
  • It sucked! I know this sounds juvenile but really... the only way I can describe it is to say it sucked more than a Hoover vacuum.
  • I mean... it`s possible that I didn`t "get it". Sam Rockwell was good - but I couldn`t wait for the movie to end! It`s possible that my disinterest is a result of a complete ignorance when it comes to Chuck Barris` life, but I have to say - thank god Charlie Kaufman has Adaptation to make up for this one!
  • pity to George Cloony...what a movie, eh? lol
  • An excellent movie. funny, well made and great acting. To be honest anyone who doesnt like this movie is prob one of the people who voted National Security as a 5 star movie. You dont have to be smart to get the movie but u have to have some sort of inteligence and judging by some of those comments many people came out lacking.
  • The movie SUCKED
  • I thought the movie was very well done. Some of the comments on here are stupid....need I say more. To take someone`s life and project it onto a movie screen is a task in itself and you`ll agree with me after you see the movie that Chuck Barris sure had a very interesting life.
  • unless you are a big chuck barris fan wait for the dvd
  • This was a great movie; nevertheless, you half to have the right mindset to see this film. If you expect this to be somethig more then it is you will be dissapointed. Myself on the other hand loved it, the acting and the plot was great!
  • stupid

Confessions Of A Dangerous Mind

Genre:  Drama | Running Time:  113 min.
Release date:  December 27, 2002 | On DVD/VOD:  September 16, 2003

Current rating: Rating: 3.69
based on 1383 votes and 13 reviews
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Cast: Sam Rockwell, Drew Barrymore, Julia Roberts, George Clooney, Rutger Hauer, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Michael Cera