Clear History


Action / Comedy

IMDb Rating 6.5 10 15849


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Kate Hudson as Rhonda
Liev Schreiber as Tibor
Michael Keaton as Joe Stumpo
Bill Hader as Rags
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by sanjin_9632 4 / 10

Funny is something else.

First of all, not a fan of Larry David (or Jerry Seinfeld for that matter). What he considers comedy doesn't even give me the slightest feeling of comedic delight.

I haven't yet watched Curb, but I'll definitely give it a try one of these days. I hope it's better than this. I'm still optimistic that Larry David could deliver one way or another, but the more I watch him perform in anything, the less I expect.

People I consider funny: Richard Pryor, George Carlin, Will Ferrell, Louis CK etc. Larry David (and Jerry Seinfeld) aren't even close. Their kind of comedy is mostly for old people. Don't get me wrong, I'm not against Jewish-American comedy, because I'm sure some who reads this may think that since I'm mentioning Seinfeld in one sentence with Larry David, is because they're both Jewish-American. No, absolutely not. Their style is very similar. Many Jewish comedians are legendary in my opinion: Andy Kaufman, Jerry Lewis, Billy Crystal, Mel Brooks. I also like Brad Garrett, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Amy Schumer, Adam Sandler and Ben Stiller (their early stuff). It's just Larry David, Jerry Seinfeld, Fran Drescher, Joan Rivers or even Woody Allen I more than often can't wrap my head around, because I very rarely hear anything funny leave their mouths. It really amazes me how extremely popular and successful they are. To me, their success should be written in the dictionary, right next to *what's the definition of a paradox?*

Anyway, I went a little bit off topic there. Back to Clear History: It's just not funny enough to even be considered a comedy. I'm sure that if Bill Murray had played the main role with Harold Ramis supporting and Ivan Reitman writing the script, this would've been a blast.

Disappointing, considering how much comedic talent (Bill Hader, Danny McBride, Jon Hamm) and famous people (Michael Keaton, Amy Ryan, Eva Mendes, Kate Hudson) are in this. This should've been way better. 4.4/10

Reviewed by Karin 6 / 10

Like a longer episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm

I do watch Curb Your Enthusiasm and think it's a funny but crazy show. When I found this movie on HBO I just read the plot, I didn't read any reviews. If I had done that I might have understood that this is a movie very much featuring Larry Davids mind and ideas. It is like a long episode of Curb Your Enthusiasm with a similar kind of plot. It's a movie about a very "special" person that always feels the need to say everything he thinks out loud and that always feels neglected. Just like Larry in Curb Your Enthusiasm.

It is a funny movie but I think some may think it's a bit too much like Curb Your Enthusiasm. It even has the same kind of music. The movie is entertaining but quirky!

Reviewed by Reno Rangan 7 / 10

The story of how to mess up the second chance as well.

A much better film than I anticipated from the director of 'Superbad'. This is a television film, that's the sad part, but the production quality was like made for the big screens. From the title to the performances and the locations, all were very good. This is the tale of a man who gave up his share in a startup to realise it a few years later that he had lost a big fortune. And his second chance, how he's going to react and what he gets is what the film was focused.

The casting was really good. Even for the tiny roles, many big names came in. But Larry David ruled as the story presented from his perspective. Don't ignore it thinking it is a small screen product, because this was a unique story and very entertaining. Almost a perfect flick, including a fine pace. But in a few segments, it dragged with unnecessary scenes. More like unneeded developments to stretch the runtime. Though there's no complaint for the overall film. It's not a must see film, but if you miss it you are going to miss out a good entertainment. And finally, I liked the end credits.


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