Robert De Niro is one of the most noted actors in our current time and now he is back with the movie: Being Flynn. Being Flynn also features other amazing actors like: Julianne Moore, Paul Dano and Olivia Thirlby. Here’s a couple of early news for the movie Being Flynn starring Robert De Niro and Paul Dano. Here’s a quick quote from Michael Arbeiter
“Writer movies can vary a good deal, but one thing they all have: a lot of shot of people just thinking. They might be interspersed throughout scenes of Bronx bike rides, burning hotels or coked-up alligator-related deaths, but mark these words: if you’re heading into a writer movie, you’re in for a good deal of people just sitting around, mulling things over. Which, by the way, is just fine. It’s true to life. Writers are sitters. Thinkers. Talkers. Look-at-pens-ers. And Being Flynn knows and embraces this.
Robert De Niro stars as an author of self-proclaimed brilliance, and the estranged father of Paul Dano, himself an aspiring writer. The two reunite when Nick Flynn (Dano) takes work at homeless shelters, looking for inspiration, and Jonathan Flynn (De Niro) shows up looking for a bed. An emotional journey unfolds before the two men, each seeking his own sort of epiphany.”
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Aside from this, Brian Enk seems to have a different view about the noted actor Robert De Niro in Being Flynn:
“Robert De Niro doesn’t seem to have much of a filter lately when it comes to choosing his projects. It seems like he’ll appear in anything, whether it’s deserving of an actor of his caliber or not — and, unfortunately, his performance will often match the mediocre material as he just cashes another paycheck.
But De Niro is one of the best actors of his generation, and the “Goodfellas” star may have finally made another movie that reminds us of that fact.
“Being Flynn” finds him in the lead role of a wandering ne’er-do-well, a self-described “writer” and “artist,” who is reunited with his troubled son (Paul Dano) when he checks into a homeless shelter. You might know this story better as “Another Bullsh** Night in Suck City,” which is the name of the Nick Flynn memoir on which it’s based.
The supporting cast, which includes Julianne Moore, Lili Taylor and Olivia Thirlby, is impressive, and we’re always excited to see the criminally underused Paul Dano (who, for some reason, didn’t become a movie star after his astonishing performance in “There Will Be Blood”), but this looks like De Niro’s show all the way — the De Niro who’s capable of reaching the highest highs and plummeting to the lowest lows.”
Being Flynn will grace the silver screen on March 2nd 2012.
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