Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
In the film's most flamboyant role, Peter Sarsgaard's devil-ish charisma and cold bluster is frightening. Read full review
Disappointed fans of Michael Chabon will have to watch "Wonder Boys" for solace, for The Mysteries of Pittsburgh boasts only one core mystery: how one can take such promising material and render it completely unmemorable? Read full review
Earnest but unconvincing film. Read full review
Remember the final page of Gatsby, a real American tragedy, when the green light beckons us into an ever-receding future? Now that was a mystery. This is, well, Pittsburgh. Read full review
The movie is all the more artificial because it has been made with great, almost painful, earnestness. Read full review
Marries an unengaging love triangle to a flat visual style, nearly squashing the one good thing in it -- a scruffy, slouching performance from Peter Sarsgaard. Read full review
A coming-of-ager that nearly slaughters you by minute 30 with the relentlessness of its protagonist's voiceovers. Read full review
Almost nothing works in this movie. Read full review
You know a movie's got problems when the most memo rable thing about it is Sienna Miller's mustache. Read full review
A stillborn rendering of Michael Chabon's first novel. Read full review
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