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Drama, Comedy
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Craig Johnson
Woody Harrelson as Wilson
James Robert Miller as Bearded Man
Kimora Collins as Granddaughter
Sandy Oian-Thomas as Dog Lover
Shaun Brown as Laptop Man
Andrew Hawtrey as Commuter
Lauren Weedman as Cat Lady
Richard Ooms as Edwin (as Richard G. Ooms)
Tonita Castro as Nanny
Brett Gelman as Robert
Judy Greer as Shelly
Storyline: Harrelson stars as Wilson, a lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged misanthrope who reunites with his estranged wife (Laura Dern) and gets a shot at happiness when he learns he has a teenage daughter (Isabella Amara) he has never met. In his uniquely outrageous and slightly twisted way, he sets out to connect with her.
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A rare gem of a comedy these days
Don't let the negative reviews put you off. I really can't understand what people have against this comedy, it is quite a breath of fresh air since comedy has changed so much in recent years and has become quite lazy.

This is a movie you really have to give a chance. These days if you find it hard to come across a new comedy movie you actually like, this movie had me laughing at more scenes than not. If you feel these days like comedy movies have lost something, like the set up of jokes and lines that are actually smart and funny then this might be the movie for you. If you like satire, sarcastic type humour that pokes fun at today's society and you are not too sensitive to swearing, you will enjoy it.

The plot is simple, but put across in heartfelt yet hysterical way. Wilson is a very blunt lonely man who has fell out of place in today's society, largely down to the fact he is a bit of a technophobe when it comes to computers and smart phones. He prefers good old fashioned human contact and he yearns for it throughout. All he wants is a regular family, which thanks to his ex wife he missed the chance on having years ago.

I'd say the movie seems to be more put towards a British audience with the style of humour, its cracks at religion and the world today and even the strong language used throughout but used intelligently.

The only reason I haven't give this movie a higher rating is due to the rather rushed ending it had. Otherwise I'd have given it a ten.
For such a talented cast I cannot for the life of me explain why they bothered to be in this movie. While parts of the Twin Cities are recognizable; it's one of the worst movies I have seen in some time. The story or lack of it is depressing, uninspired, ridiculous and all over the place. The writing is terrible. One of the other reviewers said it best: it would have been better if it had been about Wilson the volleyball from the movie Cast Away. The Twin Cities certainly deserves a better representation of our beautiful state than this movie.
Nice Film
A comedy starring (Woody Harrelson) who plays Wilson a middle aged guy who just know after seventeen years he had a daughter from his ex-wife Pipi (Laura Dern), so they go on journey to restore the old years that were not presented for their daughter.

The story was major consecrating on family and how important for a human to have one and how people are changed with the modern technology. Acting amazing act from both Woody Harrelson and Laura Dern, they were communicating very well in the film. The film was very slow and quite which excluded most of the music and effects. The story was not presented very well and it was very long film for short story.
True to the Graphic Novel
A slice of life is how I describe these movies, where one sees the common and mundane in a certain context.

Wilson is the story of an average misunderstood man from another time who is shown as hurting and caring but perseveres to try and find meaning in his otherwise drab existence. An average man who, by today's standards, is the bogeyman but as this poster can attest, speaks of an era where people were unique and opinionated instead of self-absorbed and indifferent.

I am looking forward to a second viewing to further see the depth of Harrelson's Wilson. And if there are other Clowes/Eightball fans out there who haven't seen Wilson yet, I recommend it. I also hope The Death-Ray and Ice Haven are made into movies.
Review while watching
I'm only 13 mins 10 seconds into this film and I can already see a premise that is wholly Woody Harrelson. The world for those around the 40's/50's are disillusioned with todays society. We were brought up with tech that was the same as our parents. TV's, Kettles, Toasters, Washing Machines, and basic stuff. Then all of a sudden Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and the internet got on our ass, and the world changed. The world is smaller, the world is less innocent, the world is too transparent and less fun. Woody where is the fun? 20 minutes in the rest of film might be a load of smeg!
I'm not a psycho, lady.
Wilson (Woody Harrelson) is a neurotic loner who has a dog for company. He has a habit of talking to strangers that don't want to be bothered. When his father passes away, Wilson tries to connect to his past, including his crack smoking street prostitute ex-wife played by Laura Dern with stringy hair. She gives him information that gives Wilson hope for the future...a quest.

Wilson was a guy you could pity and laugh at with his neurotic tendencies, making the film a comedy which suddenly turns into violence in a few scenes, changing the tone of the film for a moment. We really know very little about Wilson, like his former occupation. He does stuff that is wrong, but doesn't realize how frequently he crosses lines. He lives a life of loneliness with fleeting moments of happiness. The film had its ups and downs and didn't work when it attempted to be a drama.

Guide: F-word. Sex. no nudity.
A sentimental and heartfelt funny comedy that's mixed with drama and sorrow.
"Wilson" is one of those movies as you watch you feel entertained as it's blended with drama and comedy and it's a tale of an underdog guy with a good heart who's just trying to fit into today's world. Woody Harrelson stars as Wilson an old fashioned lonely set in his ways kind of guy who would like to talk instead of sending an email. And of late Wilson's life is in the toilet as his father has just past away. So finally for some connection Wilson relocates his ex wife(Laura Dern)who's middle aged yet still sexy and full of life, and some one night stands begin between the two! To top it off with the frosting on the cake Wilson learns of a teenage daughter(Isabella Amara) that he never meet. In Wilson's brash and blunt crazy ways he makes a reconnect only to have it spin a little bit out of control and change his life. Overall this little comedy drama looks at life, love, and reconnecting with family while in the end it shows it can bring happiness.
Did I say Retarded?
Dunno what the director was thinking, or Woody Harrleson for that matter, but the movie is awful, too retarded to be a drama, too embarrassing to be a comedy, too boring to follow. If there was a message of this movie or a purpose, I completely missed it. I regret my time spent and I really like Woody as an actor.
"I always wondered why I was like this. Now I know."
"Why do people live in the suburbs...It's like living death." As expected Woody Harrelson puts in another good performance. The overall story and script is, for the majority of the picture, honed very well and provides an abundance of memorable lines and nice moments. The whole concept of the film/book and the protagonist's tribulations are good entertainment value. There are some nice observations of modern life and the few remaining individuals who refuse to fall victim to it,and/or jump in with the crowd.

"This is my house." "How can you tell?" However, this film goes quite swimmingly until the bleak final quarter. The humour and observations turn sour, and perhaps this is realistic. The world we are presented with in the second half is bitterly cold and populated with brutal individualistic yet conformist aimless souls. After having been presented with the horrible ex, the daughter, as well as the sadistic ex's sister, the final quarter shows the formerly irrepressible Wilson succumbing to the mundanity of modern life as he settles in with his new modern girlfriend.

"Was I wrong?" By the end of the film, his stubbornness to remain himself is replaced with the realisation that it doesn't help to be right (or for that matter free, or himself) and indeed it's probably worse. This character portrait is colourful and entertaining, but the the fun is suddenly deflated and it brings the viewer shuddering down into reality as Wilson is forced to accept the drab existence, the technology, and the pointlessness of modern life.

"Insert ass rape joke here." The tragic ending of Wilson using skype, or indeed even considering moving to Portland.
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