Pain & Gain

“Here is a movie so relentlessly toxic some early champions are assuming it must be satirical. That’s a big assumption. Bay is still a hateful, misogynist cretin, content with slapdash slapstick jokes at the expense of the infirm, foreigners, fat people and gays. All the slo-mo hero worship of our floundering kidnappers clangs against their grisly incompetence.” – Metro, 04/26/2013

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Casey Affleck'

“It’s about this very abusive character, and I think people just felt abused at the end. They felt yelled at and made fun of, and people around the movie had a hard time separating the fiction and the character in the movie from reality. So it all got mixed up, and in some ways that was the film’s greatest achievement.” – The Improper Bostonian, 04/24/2013

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“Pitched somewhere near the somber worst-case scenarios of a driver’s education training film, it’s Reefer Madness with smartphones. For most sane, well-adjusted folks, using the Internet is just a fact of life, not a cause for garment-rending hysteria. Millions of people communicate online every day; it’s really not the end of the world, dude.” – The Improper Bostonian, 04/10/2013

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More Ben Affleck

“We didn’t have a script. We didn’t know what it was. You don’t know where you fit into this. And it was about learning to let go. You know what I mean? For better or for worse, you throw out everything you know and just jump off the thing and see what happens. There are things I love about the movie, and there are things I still don’t understand.” – BOFCA, 04/09/2013

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