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Igby Goes Down (2002)


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2 out of 10 To cool for school
Niall from Dublin, 26 Oct 2007
Igby is well acted all round (except for Ryan Philippe who's typically poor) with special pats to the back of Jeff GoldBlum and Amanda Peet. But the film never gets going, never takes off, and too cool to really impress.
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2 out of 10 Watchable if there is nothing else on
conor from Meath, 12 Jul 2010
Never really gets going and hard to empathise with central character (or in fact any of the characters).
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3.5 out of 10 Igby Goes Down
Aileen from Dublin, 02 Feb 2010
thought it was certainly worth the watch lacks fluidity but sticks with you after you watch it
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2 out of 10 Igby goes down
Louise from Dublin, 30 Dec 2007
Disappointing and not as good as reviews when first released to cinema - watchable
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4.5 out of 10 Excellent
ciara from Wexford, 04 Apr 2011
Well acted great script really recommend loved it
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What's it about....
Seventeen-year-old Igby Slocumb (Kieran Culkin) comes from a wealthy but dysfunctional family. His mother (Susan Sarandon) is a pill-popping lunatic, his brother (Ryan Phillipe) is a collegiate, money-obsessed snob, and his father (Bill Pullman) is a hospitalized schizophrenic. After Igby is expelled from boarding school, his mother sends him to a military academy where he is brutalized by the other kids. He escapes to the Hamptons, where he meets Sookie Sapperstein (Claire...

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