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“Dern is miscast, lacking the athleticism and jumbo-sized entitlement complex that made Tom blandly, casually evil.”
“This was an early environmental “message” movie where Bruce Dern is serving in a fleet of spaceships containing the last remaining flora from a completely deforrested Earth.”
“In Inland Empire, sequences from dreams and earlier versions of the film being shot by Jeremy Irons’ director character are interspersed with footage of the ‘reality’ in which Laura Dern is an actress making ‘High on Blue Tomorrows’.”
“Dern," the old man said, clearly impressed by the information.”
“And Bruce Dern is at his borderline psychotic best as a crooked cop.”
“Enlightened is clearly a deeply felt show, and the cast is terrific, including Diane Ladd (Dern's real-life mother) as Amy's skeptical mom, Luke Wilson as her likable drugged-out ex who resists her self-help efforts, and Mike White (who co-created the show with Dern) as an admiring mouse of a co-worker in the basement where she's unhappily reassigned.”
“Our first look at Amy the electrifying Laura Dern is not a pretty one.”
“The problem here is that we only know Amy at these extremes, from PMS rage to PMA positive mental attitude, and while Dern commits fully to the role, Amy still feels like an annoying, exasperating caricature who probably ought to be committed.”
“Oddly enough, Enlightened, which stars Laura Dern as a self-destructive executive who tries to piece her life back together after suffering a public meltdown at work had a smaller audience than all three of the canceled series.”
“With the Monday night premiere of Enlightened, the network's done it again with Laura Dern, who plays an executive who has had a "nervous breakthrough.”
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