Mister America

critic Reviews

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  • Mister America misses a number of its targets, but fans of Tim Heidecker's unique brand of comedy will find moments worth savoring in this dry political satire.
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    Morgan TroperThe Stranger (Seattle, WA)
    At best, it plays like a bizarro version of The War Room.
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    Nathan SmithNashville Scene
    Mister America does provide the most succinct summation thus far of the On Cinema mythology, even if it can't quite approximate the experience of the show itself.
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    Andy CrumpThe Week
    The film means to deride that power through representation and succeeds -- but too well, both for its own good and the good of the audience.
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    Adam PattersonFilm Pulse
    This ever-growing mythology is impressive, creating a satirical monster that continues to grow more and more tentacles while cleverly lambasting one topic after another.
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    Ignatiy VishnevetskyAV Club
    Running only a little shorter than the average season of On Cinema At The Cinema, it's never as cringe-inducingly funny or inventive as the webseries that spawned it.
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    Carson LundSlant Magazine
    The long and circuitous narrative history of the so-called OCU weighs heavily on Eric Notarnicola's film.
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    Gary GoldsteinLos Angeles Times
    Prolific actor-comedian-musician Tim Heidecker may have a sizable cult following but it's doubtful he'll find many new fans with his latest effort, the tedious and laugh-free mockumentary "Mister America."
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    Nicholas LaskinThe Playlist
    If nothing else, Mister America cements Tim Heidecker as one of our more unique and uncompromising comic visionaries.
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    Joey MagidsonHollywood News
    You're either on board with Tim Heidecker and his style or you're not. Here, I was not. Frankly, the film is just not funny at all.
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    David EhrlichindieWire
    Heidecker's comedy thrives in the liminal space between what's supposed to be funny and what's not, and the one thing he can't afford to do is stop to explain the joke.
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