[Movie]About Schmidt

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Movie total pnts rank Rank 3,202in 5,013 titlesTotal 0 / Deviation 47.64
Movie rank of 2003 Rank 70in 133 titles
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Character/Setting1.00(Good)1
Music1.00(Good)1
Voice/Actor1.00(Good)1
Story1.00(Good)1
Graphic0.00(Normal)1
Made me think100%1/1
Shocked100%1/1
Impressed100%1/1
Sexy0%0/1
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Brave0%0/1
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Moral0%0/1
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Friendship0%0/1
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Alexander Payne Jim Taylor
Louis Begley
Michael Besman Harry Gittes
Bill Badalato Rachael Horovitz
Jack Nicholson
Rolfe Ken
James Glennon
Kevin Tent
New Line chinema GAGAHUMAX
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Japan Released:2003/05/24(Sat)
Outside Japan :Released:2002/12/11
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2012/09/26 Normal(+0 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Director is Alexander Pain.
Music is Rolf.
Appearance is Jack Nicholson, Cathy of "Misery" Bates.

A work depicting retirement of a company, a father who preceded his wife has a life, a figure that acts to make her daughter's marriage stop being acted sometimes with a sad tone.

I think that it is a work that was marketed and produced as a target for the baby-boomer generation,
I can sympathize even if I see a younger generation, I think that it is a work that you can enjoy.

It is thought that it is the viewer's imagination that it can be sympathized with a person far apart from himself, regardless of age or personality, but Nicholson's wonderful acting helps to make a person familiar with Schmidt feel familiar I think that it is becoming.

It is a must-see for Nicholson 's last burst of laughter.




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