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Current Rating: 3.12

Current Rating: 3.12

based on 170 votes and 30 reviews

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  • 1 stars great movie, really enjoyed it, watch and enjoy
  • 3 stars A good story. Interesting concept for a story. Now tighten up the script and loosen up the characters a bit. And you will get a really good movie
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  • 4 stars This is what you call a smart comedy. It is full of political jokes, and if you feel it getting too teen coming-of-age, it will add a bit of Russian history. I would have preferred if they gave us more political history and less teen comedy, but then again they probably wanted an audience.
  • 4 stars Engrossing picture. Jay Baruchel does an excellent job. With this picture, he'll be around for years to come for sure. Excellent story, and camera work and production not something I normally notice, but it was excellent in this. Jacob Tierney did an excellent job!
  • 2 stars Comedic at times. Rather boring, and uneventful.
  • 5 stars Jay is great in this movie!
  • 3 stars Nice,amiable,quirky comedy. It doesn't deliver as many laughs as it should or could have but the idea of a youth attempting to live his life according to a perceived notion of destiny ie that one's name is prophecy is amusing. Jay Baruchel does possess some comic smarts. Colm Feore,however seems embarrassed to be in the movie. In reality,of course wouldn't someone in the family have gently suggested that the young man attend a few sessions with a therapist? Also,did young Bronstein not read about the real Leon's brutal,untimely end?
  • 4 stars acting:5 score:5 direction:5 very good little movie rating:4/5
  • 3 stars Not terribly funny to my taste.

The Trotsky

Genre:  Comedy
Running Time:  113 min.
Release Date: May 14, 2010 (limited)
DVD: October 5, 2010

Current rating: Rating: 3.12
based on 170 votes and 30 reviews
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Cast: Jay Baruchel, Emily Hampshire, Saul Rubinek, Colm Feore, Anne-Marie Cadieux, Michael Murphy, Geneviève Bujold