Irrational Man Synopsis
Woody Allen's IRRATIONAL MAN is about a tormented philosophy professor who finds a will to live when he commits an existential act.
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Irrational decision to go watch this terrible movie

By tqg4ply
If movie went any slower it would have gone backwards. Terrible movie, boring, no real plot or...

Save your money

By HK2014
Moves very slowly, yet anther older man young woman motif which has been played out way too many times. No chemistry between Phoenix and Stone, everyone miscast. Terrible....

Loved It!

By eberger300
Woody Allen just gets better and better. This is his best yet. The characters and actors are superb. Loved everything about it. What a great storyteller he is....

Most superficial, underdeveloped woody ever!

By drjazzguy
I suspect that this screenplay was written long ago. Elements of other woody movies including the main thrust of killing someone and getting away with it. The dialog was so uninspired and...

Irrational Man is pretty DARK

By mharth
Irrational Man is a pretty DARK movie. The acting was excellent as well as the direction. I felt the casting was a bit off with regard to the "believable" ages of the students. The presentation of...

Only for Woody Allen fans

By amyegg366
If you love Woody Allen films, you'll love this one. If not, then, meh . . ....

Don't go!

By charliew3
We left in the middle so I can't tell you about the end. It was too stupid to watch....

Irrational Man Won't Be For Everyone

By ilenelk
The best thing about this movie is Joaquin Phoenix and Emma Stone, along with their supporting staff. They take what could have been a very ridiculous story and infuse it with humanity. There is...

Irrational Man

By delmar42
First Woody Allen movie I've seen. A little too wordy for my taste. The 2 lead actors seemed to over-act, but I guess this is Allen's way. Good ending....

Irrational Man

By johnsteinfirst
Very good. The SF Chronicle critic panned it. He didn't understand the film. Allen creates a tale of a complex, narcissistic philosophy professor, played believably and strongly by Joaquin Phoenix,...

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Rated R | For Some Language and Sexual Content
What Parents Need to Know
Common Sense Media says Woody Allen collegiate/crime drama fun, if not innovative.
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