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Cinema Blend

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As for Brand, continuing his efforts to move from scene-stealer to leading man, he gets toward some real depth and likability near the end of Arthur, even though it's all due to some painfully transparent plot mechanics.

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The New York Times

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It would be conventional to describe Arthur as a vehicle for the talents of Russell Brand, who plays the boozy billionaire of the title, but that would be to get it backward.

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The Los Angeles Times

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There's not much to be charmed about in this sterile remake of the foibles of a drunken playboy billionaire. Not even the force of Russell Brand and Helen Mirren can lift a weak script.

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The Hollywood Reporter

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The story hasn't changed much, nor have the characters. But the comedy is now crude instead of whimsical and its characters overblown caricatures instead of screwball personalities. A movie has been reduced to a sketch.

Kirk Honeycutt Lire la critique complète

Rolling Stone

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Director Jason Winer, in his feature debut, can't find the tonal balance that Steve Gordon did in the original.

Peter Travers Lire la critique complète

Lecinema.ca

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Remake satisfaisant d'un vieux succès populaire du début des années 1980, Arthur offre la chance à Russell Brand de briller comme jamais, notamment en formant un duo attendrissant en compagnie de la vénérable Helen Mirren.

Martin Gignac Lire la critique complète

La Presse

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Le réalisateur Jason Winer (qui a fait ses dents sur les plateaux de télé) respecte son mandat et propose une sorte de « comédie de moeurs » joyeusement insignifiante laquelle, ne voulant rien apporter ni rien changer à « cet art merveilleux qu'est le cinéma », est à prendre sans trop y penser.

Aleksi K. Lepage Lire la critique complète

The Gazette

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Russell Brand has spent much of his short but productive film career playing irresponsible mischief-makers, which should position him perfectly for Arthur, the superfluous remake of a 1981 comedy about a multimillionaire alcoholic with no ambition.

Jay Stone Lire la critique complète

USA Today

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It's not that Brand doesn't have appeal. He's intermittently amusing and even has bouts of sweetness. But the movie - about a charming drunk who will lose his huge trust fund if he doesn't marry rich - is at best mediocre.

Claudia Puig Lire la critique complète