Flashbacks of a Fool

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Flashbacks of a Fool is a drama directed by Baillie Walsh, has content tells about a fading Hollywood star looks back at the days of his youth as he returns home from his best friend's funeral.
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6.8
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HD
Duration:
109 min
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Screen International
Flashbacks flounders in the final third.
October 18, 2008
New York Post
The bizarre secret isn't nearly interesting enough to justify the long buildup to it, and since it amounts to bad luck it doesn't really reveal anything about the actor, anyway.
October 17, 2008
Time Out
An ambitious but disappointing, regret-filled psycho-drama.
April 18, 2008
NewsBlaze
Craig does a hopelessly dissipated futuristic Bondish has-been celeb party animal, undone by an overload of hard drugs and sex orgies in a flash forward culture clash of Hollywood excess and soapy UK downhome family values.
November 09, 2008
Los Angeles CityBeat
... an uninspired rearrangement of familiar elements, with little emotional force to justify the entire project.
November 12, 2008
Daily Telegraph (UK)
Fatally, Craig's self-obsessed Joe never develops into anyone more interesting.
April 18, 2008
Variety
Whiile pic doesn't exactly feel like a vanity project, its weak script might have kept it forever in development hell if debutant writer-helmer Baillie Walsh weren't the topliner's good buddy.
October 18, 2008
New York Times
Without Daniel Craig's 007-enhanced profile, it's unlikely that Flashbacks of a Fool would have appeared anywhere except the Netflix queues of his most rabid fans.
October 17, 2008
L.A. Weekly
Craig's shaken-but-not-stirred charisma makes the most of an underwritten part, but the movie nearly flat-lines when the actor's not onscreen, which is often.
October 16, 2008