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|Release Date Greetings From Tim Buckley May 3, 2013 Limited Genres Greetings From Tim Buckley : Drama|
|Total Vote User Greetings From Tim Buckley : Visitor|
|User Ranting Greetings From Tim Buckley : 3.4|
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|User Count Like for Greetings From Tim Buckley : 474|
|All Critics Ranting For Greetings From Tim Buckley : 6.1|
|All Critics Count For Greetings From Tim Buckley : 23|
|All Critics Percentage For Greetings From Tim Buckley : 61 %|
Actors For Greetings From Tim Buckley
|Penn Badgley,Imogen Poots,Ben Rosenfield,Jessica D. Stone,Kate Nash,Frank Wood,Norbert Leo Butz,William Sadler,Frank Bello|
Greetings From Tim Buckley Movie Review
|Algrant's desire to reunite father and son through music is admirable, but "Greetings from Tim Buckley" is too meandering and ethereal to have any lasting impact. |
Jeff Shannon-Seattle Times
Badgley does a credible take on the signature falsetto that Jeff would later bring to his only album, Grace ...
Rick Groen-Globe and Mail
The concert may have seen the reluctant birth of a second-generation rock star, but this movie, if nothing else, is a similarly suitable showcase for its own leading man.
In paying homage to two iconic performers, he's given a former small-screen star the chance to announce his own cinematic arrival.
Elizabeth Weitzman-New York Daily News
Badgley delivers a nuanced performance of such ferocity he almost singlehandedly makes a conventional film seem loose and improvisatory.
Calum Marsh-Village Voice
What redeems the film, ultimately, are Jeff's poignant efforts to unburden himself of his father's oppressive legacy and stand on his own merits.
The movie struggles to find its footing, lacking the dramatic tension to make it of much interest beyond the fan base of the supremely talented, tragically fated Buckleys.
Greetings From Tim Buckley is a beautiful, touching, electrically charged success, capturing the essence of these two adored musicians with a synergistic magic that, unbelievably, does them both justice.
Cammila Collar-TV Guide's Movie Guide
Music-filled drama amounts to several promises unfulfilled except for some solid performances and a terrific soundtrack of Buckley songs, both actual and skillfully recreated.
Doris Toumarkine-Film Journal International
There is no doubt that Greetings From Tim Buckley is respectable...But the film never quite connects father and son as each sharing the common bond of extraordinary talent or even similar personal woes.
Kevin Jagernauth-The Playlist
Badgley is terrific, and even if he doesn't quite succeed in making Jeff Buckley likeable, he does make the singer's standoffish attitude understandable.
Noel Murray-AV Club
The minor-key recreation of New York's burgeoning music scene feels authentic and Badgley nails the best scene: Jeff breaking into an impromptu record-store performance that's as funny as it is desperate for attention.
Greg Evans-Bloomberg News
Despite the counter-culture subjects at its core, Daniel Algrant's film possesses a put-upon hipness that cannot mask its disarming dorkiness.
Nick McCarthy-Slant Magazine
Badgley's star-making turn undoubtedly [ranks] as the film's most potent weapon/attribute.
David Nusair-Reel Film Reviews
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