Wilson is available in: English on Netflix Canada

Reviews
**The man who’d lost everything, is set to redefine his life.**

From the director of ‘The Skeleton Key’, I can see his style of filmmaking as I’d watched these two films of him. That makes him a stylish filmmaker of his own style. This kind of story narration is not for everyone. But surely there are people for it. This is not a very good film, but simply a good film.

It revolved around a character who is kind of an anti-social. He has lost everything one by one in his life and now his close buddy who moved far away and then his father who has just died. So he decides to find his ex wife, and with that he comes to know some long hidden secret. Going after it, his life forever changes which is what covered in the remaining film.

It was Woody Harrelson’s show. But I quite liked Laura Dern as well. It was a long time after seeing her in this kind of absorbing role, yeah, except recently from ‘Wild’. And there was Judy Greer, who was not bad either. So the casting was fantastic and the story was a lot better than you could judge it from its poster.

Not an unusual storyline, but well adapted from the graphic novel of the same name. You might get impressed by it, so I say try it, despite low ratings. Anyway, I had a nice time with it. A sweet and short film, which’s mostly out of real world logics. But serves its purpose, that’s entertaining its audience.

_7/10_
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Wilson (2017)
Rating: 5.8/10 (5,124 votes)
Director: Craig Johnson
Writer: Daniel Clowes (graphic novel) Daniel Clowes (screenplay)
Stars: Woody Harrelson Sandy Oian-Thomas Shaun Brown James Robert Miller
Runtime: 94 min
Rated: R
Genre: Comedy Drama
Released: 24 Mar 2017
Plot: A lonely, neurotic and hilariously honest middle-aged man reunites with his estranged wife and meets his teenage daughter for the first time.