FFCC members on ‘Brad’s Status’

FFCC members weigh in on Mike White’s new drama starring Ben Stiller, Brad’s Status.

Juan Barquin, Dim the House Lights

Brad’s Status forces its audience to question, as much as its protagonist does, whether or not what they have is enough.”

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Bill Gibron, Film Racket

“While some may find it nothing more than an entitled white guy whining about his lack of more privilege, Brad’s Status is much smarter and more sympathetic than that. It’s a fine film about a very flawed man.”

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Hans Morgenstern, Independent Ethos

“Between White’s writing and Stiller’s acting, Brad’s Status gives full life to the internal male voice.”

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Alfred SotoHumanizing the Vacuum

“Despite its reluctance to push harder against its limitations and cable show insights, Brad’s Status understands that private intimacies compensate for disappointments without end. The only thing missing from the picture was a soundtrack by The National.”

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