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Brand: A Second Coming

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In a attempt to find happiness, comedian and activist Russell Brand is drowning himself on drugs, sex, and fame. But could he really find the true meaning of happiness, or is it just a self sabotage period?
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100 min
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Daily Telegraph (UK)
You're left with the sense that Brand might yet be the subject of a great documentary, but he'd probably have to be on the other side of the planet while it was being made.
October 25, 2015
The Skinny
Timoner seems reluctant to probe Brand and consequently offers little in the way of revelation.
November 03, 2015
Scotsman
In the end, the film keeps going round in circles, never quite nailing Brand or making a convincing case for why he matters.
October 25, 2015
New York Times
Nearly two hours in his company is at least an hour too much.
October 01, 2015
Village Voice
Brand is incapable of the focus for anything deeper than tactics of charm, glibness, and shock.
September 29, 2015