Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Steeped in pitch-perfect nostalgia and propelled by equal doses of comedy and tragedy. Read full review
Sappy and improbable. Read full review
A heartfelt, '70s-era coming-of-age story with a prologue and epilogue set in the present day, marks the filmmaking debut of actor David Duchovny, who also wrote the symbol-studded screenplay. Read full review
The film looks and feels authentic, but Duchovny has powered his undeniably personal journey with a counterfeit heart. Read full review
David Duchovny delivers a clearly heartfelt but terminally mawkish and awkward directorial debut in House of D. Read full review
Though charming at times, just misses, due to a contrived story. Read full review
An overly picaresque first feature written and directed by David Duchovny, who also co-stars. Read full review
House of D, is like the kind of sticky greeting card you'd find on CBS some Sunday nights. Read full review
The movie tries to be both comical and touching, as befitting the coming-of-age genre. But it feels forced, derivative and sometimes sappily sentimental. Read full review
Everyone in the film seems to be in solitary, thanks to Mr. Duchovny's stultifying style. If there was a single moment of spontaneity, it escaped me. Ditto for frivolity, though bogus poetry abounds. Read full review
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