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I Love You, Daddy ()

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When a successful television writer's daughter becomes the interest of an aging filmmaker with an appalling past, he becomes worried about how to handle the situation. (imdb)

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I Love You, Daddy belongs to 6 collections
1. Director/star combination (public: moderated by djross - 4 stars)
2. Film Titles That Are Complete Sentences (public: moderated by Maaxwell - 3 stars)
3. -On My Radar (public: moderated by KasperL - 1 star)
4. 2018 (public: moderated by sproost)
5. 2017 Films to Watch (private: kendell)
6. skprod - Current (private: skprod)
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TCI | Tier | Date Ranked | # Stars (Reviews)
Date User Score
Feb 18 falcor84
90T9
Feb 12 sammmmmy195
70T4
Feb 11 obtiosov obtiosov
52T2
Feb 08 fakefeudal fakefeudal
65T4
Feb 04 SnorlaxJones SnorlaxJones
0T1
Feb 02 feelnothing feelnothing
62T3
Jan 13 Phelipe Phelipe
72T6
Jan 12 semitozge semitozge
66T5
Jan 12 plynthe
88T5
Jan 08 FreddieQuell FreddieQuell
77T7
Jan 06 sproost sproost
75T8
Jan 06 ugur ugur
6T5
Jan 04 Kitano7 Kitano7
20T1
Jan 02 capodelnulla capodelnulla
55T3
louis ck gösterilerinde sıklıkla kullandığı yöntemler üzerinden diyalog kurulması zor bir konuya dair film kurmaya çalışırken diğer bariz etkiler/etkileyicileri kullanarak bunu yükseltmek istiyor. ama filmde üstlendiği her görevi hakkıyla yerine getiremediği aşikar, zira ortaya çıkan -zamanlaması elverseydi bile- film niteliğiyle değil cümleleri üzerinden konuşulabilecek bir ürün.
Jan 01 Asgarth NhanLa
60T4
Jan 01 Neonman Neonman
78T6
Very conversational film about ephebophilia, a subject matter most other filmmakers are hardly daring enough to approach, but it is handled in a great manner here where every character really feels like an individual with their own voice and opinions. Perhaps more importantly, it's also about fatherhood, showing the CK dad's pursuit in being more strong-willed ending up back-firing badly. All the real life connections to this film make it all the more peculiar.
Dec 31, 2017 pmpfe pmpfe
98T10
Dec 31, 2017 AviAwareness
76T7
Dec 31, 2017 Darko Vandelay1
39T4
not so good
Dec 30, 2017 Yiannos Yiannos
55T4
l.L.Y.D is like Woody Allen merged with a pre-code problem picture only without the fluid conversational rhythms of the former or the visual skill of the latter. Some scenes ramble on to establish or reinforce emotional awkwardness and/or intimacy between the characters, but they are too writerly and would benefit from a tighter edit. Louis CK's performance is OK but one note, and he is easily upstaged by Malkovich, Moretz and Byrne. His sexual frankness is also disastrously timed. A mixed bag.
Dec 29, 2017 KeanuGrieves KeanuGrieves
72T4
Dec 27, 2017 AliV Ali_V.
80T6
Dec 23, 2017 WhatTheFlick WhatTheFlick
37T2
Dec 23, 2017 filmcricket
35T2
Dec 21, 2017 skprod skprod
70T3
Dec 20, 2017 taxidriver7 taxidriver7
20T2
Dec 19, 2017 ulashbulut ulashbulut
75T6
Dec 17, 2017 AlleyLights2
63T4
Dec 17, 2017 getmoney
60T2
Dec 17, 2017 JakeAesthete JakeAesthete
56T6
Disappointing mostly in that it isn't really sure-footed enough for me to to take the wildly contrarian, provocative stance that I'd like to on it (although there is something commendably audacious about making Malkovich's self-admitted pervert the film's voice of reason vs. C.K.'s hypocritical liberal moral outrage). CK's writing and directing both feel too televisual, despite the half-ironic (?) stylistic nods to Allan (Manhattan most specifically, obviously). Also Charlie Day is really bad.
Dec 16, 2017 le_mami le mami
70T8
A good and realist movie about a fat comedian.
Dec 16, 2017 AAAutin AAAutin
38T3
(MAN-IS-THIS-AWKWARD-HATTAN) Can't wait to see Woody Allen's take on POOTIE TANG...
Dec 16, 2017 mcukmf
80T6
Dec 15, 2017 Ercan Ercan
6T6
Dec 14, 2017 ThirdAct
20T1
Dec 13, 2017 lynchian
59T4
Dec 12, 2017 Warren Warren
52T1
This suffers from the absolute worst timing possible, the plot revolving around the boundaries of separating the art from the artist and the nuances of consent. Yeesh. Even trying to overlook the obvious, which is not easy, this is a surprisingly dull, navel-gazing dud from a guy who showed much more ambition and talent on his TV show. It might have worked best as a comment on Woody Allen, who inspires both the plot and the general style, but it doesn't even succeed on those terms. Weak stuff.
Dec 11, 2017 LesterGroans
55T2
Nov 24, 2017 H9k H9k
6T4
Nov 23, 2017 orium orium
67T3
Nov 09, 2017 wetwillies wetwillies
60T2
I think this is an honest attempt to reckon with what it means to "separate the art from the artist" when rumors become fact in an extremely personal, presumably comic manner. However, it comes from someone whose own past makes him ill-equipped to handle such a topic; perhaps, then, the film is partly a desperate plea for artistic acceptance in anticipation of the eventual downfall. Considering the provocative subject matter, it's surprisingly toothless.
Sep 24, 2017 Ofterdingen Ofterdingen
72T8
Sorry, Noah Baumbach. There is a new (and better) Woody Allen in town.
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