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Brand: A Second Coming
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Brand: A Second Coming

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In a attempt to find happiness, comedian and activist Russell Brand is drowning himself on drugs, sex, and fame. But could he really find the true meaning of happiness, or is it just a self sabotage period?
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Observer (UK)
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October 25, 2015

Brand emerges as exasperating company - variously intelligent, amusing and insufferable - but Noel Gallagher steals the show, declaring that he'll only buy into Brand's revolution if he can be the Duke of Manchester.
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Scotsman
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October 25, 2015

In the end, the film keeps going round in circles, never quite nailing Brand or making a convincing case for why he matters.
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New York Times
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October 01, 2015

Nearly two hours in his company is at least an hour too much.
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Independent (UK)
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October 23, 2015

A Second Coming is likely to leave audiences with a mixture of admiration for and baffled exasperation with its subject.
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Village Voice
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September 29, 2015

Brand is incapable of the focus for anything deeper than tactics of charm, glibness, and shock.
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The Skinny
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November 03, 2015

Timoner seems reluctant to probe Brand and consequently offers little in the way of revelation.
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Time Out
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October 20, 2015

An energetic doc about Essex's manky Mockney messiah.
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London Evening Standard
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October 25, 2015

Like The Emperor's New Clothes, A Second Coming gets your brain buzzing.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 24, 2015

Whether you agree with his system-damning rhetoric or see him as no better than anyone else in our clogged punditocracy, "Brand: A Second Coming" is, if not a careful portrait, at least an orgy of personality.
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
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October 25, 2015

You're left with the sense that Brand might yet be the subject of a great documentary, but he'd probably have to be on the other side of the planet while it was being made.
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Salon.com
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October 06, 2015

Whatever value there is in seeing a major British media celebrity, who was briefly on track to become a Hollywood star as well, embrace openly radical positions, Brand has delivered that in full.
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TheWrap
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September 23, 2015

Timoner's doc seems at its best when asking if a person can grow up, atone for their mistakes, lead people to think and make them laugh, all at the same time and in public.
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