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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Michael Peer's rating of the film The D Train

    Woof. For a film that is so much more daring and interesting than it let's off on paper, D-Train completely contradicts itself through lazy characterization and two-dimension ideology. What should have been a hysterical and surprising film about two gay men, didn't have the courage to go all the way, so what we are left with is an unfunny screwball buddy-comedy that is as representive of true life as a comic book.

  2. Cláudio Martins da Silva Alves's rating of the film The D Train

    Takes surprising risks but never seems quite sure how to approach its provocative themes. Marsden is marvelous as the callous object of desire.

  3. Renton47's rating of the film The D Train

    Terribly misunderstood film, a nice counterpart to 'King of Comedy'. A loser with a confused view of reality and a loser who knows he is a piece of shit momentarily switch roles for the perceived importance of a high school reunion. A kind of bleak view of the cult of celebrity and ease of beauty. Probably sociopaths. People are scary and have weird obsessions.

  4. Thomas's rating of the film The D Train

  5. eek's rating of the film The D Train

    A fascinating exploration of loneliness and sexuality

  6. f-nanda's rating of the film The D Train

  7. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film The D Train

    Definitely an inconsistent movie, but one that is a lot braver than people will give it credit for (you won't know why until you see it). Sad thing is, despite marketing this as a raunchy comedy, this film will prove to be a box office failure even though it starts two big names. Weak marketing and a release during a weekend of cluttered holdovers is to blame.