The film centers on Joe Paterno, who after becoming the most successful coach in college football history, is embroiled in Penn State's Jerry Sandusky sexual abuse scandal, challenging his ... See full summary »
Why is Hollywood at the moment so concerned with movies of disillusioned ageing actors with plots that are supposed to be intelligent and witty but end up in farce. I don't care how reputable the actors, directors and writers are or how we are supposed to be impressed by stories examining the "Human Condition"... bottom line, just like the vastly over-hyped Birdman, this is a vapid and pointless movie not worthy of the people involved and certainly not worth my time watching. I turned it off after an hour as although I thought it was refreshing to see Al Pacino in something other than his usual dramatic roles, I didn't find any humour in it at all and if anything felt it slightly embarrassed for him in such a poor choice of role.
17 of 39 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?
| Report this