I'm Reed Fish 2007

Critics score:
55 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Read more

John Anderson, Newsday: The acting is good, the turf is familiar, and the mood is sweet without causing diabetes. Read more

Jack Mathews, New York Daily News: Modest charmer about a folksy community radio show host. Read more

Kyle Smith, New York Post: The movie, which looks like it was made on the cheapest camera borrowed from the A/V club, was apparently based on the experience of its writer, Reed Fish, who should either await more interesting experiences or work up some imagination. Read more

Melissa Anderson, Time Out: Some nice performances (Fisk is especially appealing as Reed's love interest) and a go-nowhere midfilm meta shift don't propel the movie beyond its pat life-lesson intentions. Read more

Ronnie Scheib, Variety: Pic's power lies not in postmodernism but in its take on how rural youths relate to the contemporary scene. Read more

Charles Petersen, Village Voice: Add a bunch of indie bands, find a Braff look-alike (Jay Baruchel) to play the lead, top it off with some obscure animal hybrid -- a zorse instead of a liger -- and you've got writer Reed Fish's can't-fail debut. Read more