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      Dodging the Clock

      2005 1 hr. 40 min. Comedy List
      Reviews 71% Fewer than 50 Ratings Audience Score Three men in their early 30s start thinking about fatherhood. Read More Read Less

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      Audience Member trop bon ce film !!! Bravo Rated 5 out of 5 stars 02/13/23 Full Review Audience Member [img][/img] Men and fatherhood. One guy has a baby and regrets it, another guy is going to have one and he wants to cheat on his wife and the third one doesn't want one and does everything he can to avoid becoming a father. It pissed my girlfriend off. That's a good sign. [img][/img] I didn't like it as much as I found it interesting from Spielberg's career point of view. It's much darker and pessimistic than anything else he's done before. His direction is solid and even amazing in some parts but the movie is just... so... cold. [img][/img] It's the 80s packaged in a DVD, but with more charm than you'd expect. Lots of said charm is derived from the quatuor's chemistry and funny but believable dialogue. [img][/img] It's decent. Then the ending happens. Then it's a little bit less as good. But since the ending isn't a completely stupid twist (it's just barely stupid and too obvious), it doesn't lose all validity. [img][/img] Man. How weak thy acting. Like, seriously. (I am so [i]so[/i] sorry for this review. I've seen this movie like two weeks ago). Rated 3.5 out of 5 stars 02/22/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Tony Wong Toronto Star Trogi's binding theme that males are cavemen at heart is woven throughout the movie. But it's a tired and unoriginal symbol. Rated: 2/4 Nov 18, 2005 Full Review Jennie Punter Globe and Mail A satisfying slice of modern life. Rated: 2.5/4 Nov 18, 2005 Full Review Liz Braun Jam! Movies A brutally honest look at how some men view fatherhood. Not too surprisingly, it's laugh out loud funny. Rated: 3.5/5 Nov 18, 2005 Full Review Read all reviews

      Movie Info

      Synopsis Three men in their early 30s start thinking about fatherhood.
      Ricardo Trogi
      Executive Producer
      Guy Gagnon, Patrick Roy
      Jean-Phillipe Pearson, Patrice Robitaille, Ricardo Trogi
      Production Co
      Go Films
      Original Language
      French (Canada)
      Release Date (DVD)
      Jan 17, 2012