Meet Bill Synopsis
A man mentors a troubled teen and is able to resurge his own existence.
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Austin Chronicle

Meet Bill is a typical storyline given new life by an overabundance of antic energy.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Michael Rechtshaffen
After a promising start, this quirky comedy falls flat despite Eckhart's best efforts.
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Seattle Post-Intelligencer

By Bill White
For those whose idea of hilarity is an adult and a kid throwing fireworks at each other, then getting stoned and playing piggyback in the...
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By Eddie Cockrell
A labored screwball comedy about disenchanted people of privilege yearning for fulfillment, pic is full of leaden hijinx directed and...
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The New York Times

By Jeannette Catsoulis
Harnessing mostly fine actors to a wholly asinine script, the directors, Melisa Wallack and Bernie Goldmann, have created a movie as...
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Entertainment Weekly

Even a hilarious turn by Kristen Wiig as the owner of a doughnut company can't save this clichéd, meandering story from playing like...
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L.A. Weekly

Is Meet Bill the worst movie ever? Probably not, but it's certainly incoherent enough to give "Gigli" a run for its money.
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Los Angeles Times

It isn't any good.
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I love Aaron

By NickIGS
He is a great actor hopefully he can move this storyline along its looking to be like Dan in real life I liked it but others might disagree Basically if you liked Dan in real life or Thank you...

meet bill

By sammy51
a slow start but picks up with some clean comedy. good movie overalll...

Meet Bill

By aprilhill1
Well, this movie did have some funny parts however, it really moved way too slowly. Would not give it a good rating....


By ciscokidfpm
Bill (Aaron Eckhart) has everything he could ever want. A beatuful wife, a great house, a job where he doesn't have to do anything. A life where he doesn't have to do anything. Yet, he is unhappy and...

i don't know what movie people were watching (viewed on library DVD)

By redyeah
maybe I just have a higher attention span, but when I watched this movie, I was entertained. The boy that Eckhart was mentoring kept the laughs coming. Jessica Alba should have been on screen more...

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Rated R | For language, some drug use and sex-related material