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Chasing Mavericks

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Chasing Mavericks is a biopic about a legendary - Jay Moriarty (Jonny Weston). This film is directed by Curtis Hanson. Gerard Butler plays Frosty Hesson, Moriarty's mentor, who taught him the skill to overcome the huge waves in Northern California.
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CRITICS OF "Chasing Mavericks"
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Birmingham Post
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July 05, 2013

It's a relatively hackneyed drama, unable to turn the real-life story of young surfer Jay Moriarity (Johnny Weston) into a silver screen sizzler.
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The Ooh Tray
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July 12, 2013

Moribund.
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ReelViews
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October 26, 2012

For Hanson and Apted, this is a rather inconsequential effort.
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London Evening Standard
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July 05, 2013

Like waves beating on a shore, the guff just keeps on coming.
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Toronto Star
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October 26, 2012

The heart-pounding surfing scenes are epic but the script can barely keep its head above the waves in the dramatized biopic Chasing Mavericks.
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Flick Filosopher
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November 05, 2013

This gentle father-son(ish) tale about an expert surfer and his teen apprentice is a rare 'family' movie that isn't preachy or insipid.
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Village Voice
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November 01, 2012

Floating atop the explosive breakers, like an overabundance of phytoplankton, is a roiling colony of clichés that stops at nothing to dominate the screenplay.
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Observer (UK)
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July 07, 2013

While the religious undertones are largely drowned out by the endless spumy slo-mo and board porn, there's only one way this current is flowing: towards church.
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Globe and Mail
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October 26, 2012

When every frayed plot device you've predicted makes its inevitable appearance, at least you'll have the majestic waves off the California coastline to comfort you.
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Contactmusic.com
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July 05, 2013

Despite a number of exhilarating surfing sequences, the interesting true story of surf legend Jay Moriarty is transformed into another dull Hollywood biopic.
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New York Magazine/Vulture
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October 29, 2012

It's a perfect fortune cookie of a movie, full of bland life lessons for everybody; would that there were some drama or style in it somewhere along the way.
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Detroit News
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October 26, 2012

Never really [delivers] the sun-in-your-face, salt-in-your-hair, sandy-cocky thrill of surfing or surf culture.
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