The Clapper



Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 30%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 71%
IMDb Rating 5 10 896


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Ed Helms as Eddie Krumble
Leah Remini as Producer Louise
Adam Levine as Ranter
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826.88 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 29 min
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1hr 29 min
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Reviewed by adonis98-743-186503 1 / 10

The Clapper is not what it wants to be..

15 minutes of fame destroys the life of a man who works as a clapper in television. Ed Helms and Amanda Seyfried have 0% chemistry together, the comedic elements are terrible and the movie has way too many cameos and characters that it was distracting. Overall 'The Clapper' is what it looks like in the Poster which is 'terrible'. (0/10)

Reviewed by Dave McClain 3 / 10

a sometimes funny, often depressing rom-com which exists on the edges of sweetness

"The Clapper" (R, 1:29) is a romantic comedy with an unusual set-up. Ed Helms stars at the title character, Eddie Crumble, an unambitious sad sack who moves to L.A. after his wife dies and takes a job as a professional audience member for infomercials (including one with the late Alan Thicke, as himself), usually working for a humorless producer played by Leah Remini. Meanwhile, Eddie's mother (Brenda Vaccaro) continuously calls him, needling him to get more screen time, which he repeatedly tells her isn't something he can control.

Eddie is perfectly happy (well, as happy as Eddie gets) going from set to set earning small paychecks with his best (only) friend, the sweet, dimwitted Chris (Tracy Morgan). When a late-night talk show host (Russell Peters) and his staff (Adam Levine and P.J. Byrne) notice Eddie (wearing various disguises) in the audience of several commercials, they do an ongoing segment on the show devoted to finding the man they only know as The Clapper. Eddie knows that losing his anonymity means losing his job, so he's not interested in being found, until the publicity adversely affects his girlfriend, a mousy gas station attendant named Judy (Amanda Seyfried), and he has to use his new-found fame to try to get her back.

"The Clapper" is an unassuming, well-meaning comedy, which never really connects with the audience. Points for originality and for assembling a good cast, but Dito Montiel (writing and directing his first comedy) ends up with is an occasionally funny, mostly depressing film which exists only around the edges of sweetness. "C"

Reviewed by emm_nul 6 / 10

The Clapper in a nutshell

Just finished watching this movie. Even though I was aware of the somehow low rating, I decided to still give it a try, based on the fact that I enjoy watching Ed Helms or Amanda Seyfried - but with both of them playing, it felt like a must. I did not have any expectations, so no dissapointments. Unless you are a die hard fan, trust me that you won't miss any terrible laughs, unexpected plot twists or complex on screen chemistry. See it for what it is if nothing better comes up.

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