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Stutz

2022
Documentary
1h 36m
Follow Hill and his therapist as he has candid discussions of mental health and the progressively worsening anxiety attacks related to movie promotion that have turned his dream job into a nightmare.
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Stutz

2022
Documentary
1h 36m
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Avg Percentile 51.4% from 133 total ratings

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Rated 14 Mar 2023
71
58th
Body-people-yourself+partx/fearalwayscomesbacketcpainuncertaintyconstantwork+dearmomiloveyoulovemetoo-deardadiloveyouyesido+Jwonttalkaboutanything:P+shooting2years-showsgreenscreen/wiglool+stringofpearlsallequal/turds+talkttoshadow+perfectsnapshot+momcomes-hesaidyoubangedlool+themaze-activelove+radicalacceptance+pushupsloosens+4yrspicdaybrodied+i'mwillingtoloseverythingbutnotdetached+rebirthclosesttogod+nobodywillfigurelifeout+dedicatedtoourbrothers
Rated 11 Dec 2022
60
22nd
The therapist dude is pulling concepts out of his ass 90 mins straight, but if it works for Jonah Hill, good for him
Rated 13 Dec 2022
60
40th
Whose idea was it to film jonah hill sitting next to someone with an actual personality? Oh, his own? Hm.
Rated 25 Apr 2023
55
43rd
Expected a self-aware egotrip, got an ok doc on selfcare and mental health issues -- and the tools the title character came up with to help his patients; I actually want to tattoo some of them so I never forget, like the three-level pyramid, the X part, the shadow, the maze, the processing loss. Guess I wanted more of the meta stuff in the beginning -- Hill seems to have struggled to put this together -- than the actual how to fight depression manual, but that's ok.
Rated 05 Feb 2023
65
45th
Interesting but mostly for the psychotherapist who lives at our house.
Rated 23 Nov 2022
68
13th
I liked the fact that Jonah Hill admitted the whole set was fake. As it would be. After that, everything became a little more real. I say “little” because I’m not really convinced this whole show was authentic. I liked his therapist though. “I wish you’d stop dumping your shit on me.”
Rated 27 Nov 2022
60
27th
Stutz himself won me over despite Hill's best efforts
Rated 15 Dec 2022
43
70th
Rated 15 Jan 2023
70
30th
I don't know how to evaluate this. It kinda feels like acting, kinda feels genuine. Maybe that's the goal. The concepts are interesting but they don't stay with you. It has humor, so that's good but it doesn't necessarily have staying power. I guess it'll resonate with some people.
Rated 16 Jan 2023
35
8th
I like Phil, Jonah and Sharon, and I appreciate their honesty but I am not convinced by Stutz's half-baked ideas. It's a failed film experiment, but kudos to Hill for trying.
Rated 26 Feb 2023
55
41st
Likeable, if a little on the zen side of things.
Rated 05 Mar 2023
79
58th
Bir destek almadan ve farkında olmadan bazı şeyleri ne kadar doğru yaptığımı farkedip mutlu olmamı sağladı. Hiç farkında olmadığım ve üzerinde çalışmam gerekenler de varmış. Umarım uygulayabilirim.
Rated 08 Mar 2023
7
47th
“Stutz” is a well-made and captivating documentary that offers valuable insights into the human mind and therapeutic methods. While its didactic nature and ultra-personal approach may not appeal to everyone, it’s a worthwhile watch for those interested in the subject matter.
Rated 18 May 2023
6
24th
it seems like this was made with the best intentions and I sincerely hope that everyone involved is alright, but the whole thing just comes off as creepy to me. I don't think that Stutz's advices are rubbish though, and I generally like Hill. so... I'm conflicted about this one. maybe it's because there's so many horror stories about patient and therapist getting too close. again, I hope everyone involved is alright
Rated 16 Sep 2023
90
97th
Honest, deep, not something you see everyday.

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