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The Weather Man

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The movie tells the story of Dave Spritz, a television weatherman on a high-profile Chicago news program in the midst of a mid-life crisis. After being separated from his wife and children, Dave must debate whether professional and personal success are mutually exclusive.
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Eye for Film
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June 14, 2008

A look at the commonest fear nipping at the heart of Middle America. Not the war in Iraq, nor terrorism, but the breakdown of the family unit and how - and if - people can cope with it.
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ComingSoon.net
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March 07, 2011

The Weather Man is more of a parable than a story; it just goes on and on and on, and the only point is to endure. It's not very uplifting, but sometimes it's funny, sometimes it's sad; sometimes hopeful, and sometimes melancholy. But that's life.
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New Yorker

November 01, 2005

[Verbinski] and Steven Conrad hold their ground, sticking to their conviction that Dave's story should play as a belated-coming-of-age movie.
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Upstage Magazine
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May 30, 2007

Narrated by Nic Cage in a zombie-like monotone, this flick is not only gross and morose, but relentlessly depressing.
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Ebert & Roeper

October 31, 2005

It's a strange film.
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Cinema Crazed
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August 16, 2013

Yet another retread of Cage's weak formula of a gloomy man examining his life.
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Rolling Stone

November 03, 2005

In the face of a character no one cares about, can audiences be faulted for asking: Why should we?
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Suite101.com
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December 02, 2010

Intended as director Gore Verbinski's palate cleanser before back-to-back "Pirates of the Caribbean" sequels, this is an apprehensive cringe comedy of male malaise. It's also Verbinski's best to date, a small-scale challenge he should attempt more often.
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ReelViews
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October 30, 2005

A meticulously developed character piece.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 17, 2009

If you've never heard of a "living funeral," this film is an icy introduction.
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Village Voice

November 01, 2005

The most supremely odd American film of the year.
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Denver Post
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October 28, 2005

Succeeds where so few Hollywood movies even venture - it builds a believable life, adds just enough nervous laughter to relieve the realistic tension, and constantly escapes the dumbed-down expectations beaten into us by lesser films.
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