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The End of the TourFive-day interview between Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky and acclaimed novelist David Foster Wallace, which took place right after the 1996 publication of Wallace's groundbreaking epic novel, 'Infinite Jest.'Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 106 minQuality: HDRelease: 2015IMDb: 7.3
Actors of "The End of the Tour"
Characters of "The End of the Tour"
Directors of "The End of the Tour"James PonsoldtBirthdate: 1978, Athens, Georgia, USA
Creators of "The End of the Tour"Donald MarguliesDavid Lipsky
Critic Reviews of "The End of the Tour"Globe and MailAugust 28, 2015
The performances, the writing, the direction, Segel's D.F.W. impression, everything is just fine. But The End of the Tour is disgraceful. It feels like it's towing out the real Wallace's ghost to perform some soppy parody of himself.Toronto StarAugust 27, 2015
It's a movie that makes thoughtful drama out of the essential insanity of celebrity journalism, wherein a star proclaims humility while a scribbler promises idolatry.Toronto SunAugust 27, 2015
What we have here is a road trip about two guys talking. And it's riveting.St. Louis Post-DispatchAugust 20, 2015
Despite a premise that seems anything but cinematic, "The End of the Tour" is an offbeat and fascinating film.Chicago Sun-TimesAugust 14, 2015
The End of the Tour is so effective because it's far too smart to engage in ominous foreshadowing.Detroit NewsAugust 14, 2015
Taken as a film about two fictional characters, "The End of the Tour" is a stimulating delight. But it's awfully hard to call it a true honor to its subject's memory.Baltimore MagazineJune 12, 2016
I can't speak to its veracity, but I loved Segel's work here, playing Wallace as someone who over-analyzed everything, to a compulsive, near paralyzing degree, while still managing to be the most interesting, literary guy in the room.FlavorwireMay 30, 2016
By the time we're at the end of 'The End of the Tour,' it's arrived at something thoughtful and true about being a writer-and, even better, about being a real person.The AustralianMay 20, 2016
Strong performances from the lead actors anchor the film, but the world depicted is rather too hermetic for anyone not immediately interested in the subject matter.New Zealand HeraldMay 16, 2016
The beautifully shot film is endearing and relatable, director James Ponsoldt (The Spectacular Now) has definitely delivered something that is really special.Brooklyn MagazineApril 19, 2016
It improbably glides along, a conversation of a film, two guys trusting each other or not.CinemixtapeApril 10, 2016
Segel sells the performance by not overselling it, comfortably meeting viewers halfway between imitation and obfuscation.
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