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Film Review - A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III


Charlie Sheen hasn’t starred in a motion picture since the 2003 release of “Scary Movie 3,” with years of television and, ahem, other pursuits taking up his time in the interim. One would think that Sheen would crave an opportunity to play a character unlike himself, venturing out in the great creative unknown to embody heroism or villainy, or perhaps a little bit of both in a wildly taxing film that stretches the actor to his breaking point. Instead, Sheen drops into “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III,” a mildly surreal feature that finds the chemically obsessed one playing a chemically obsessed one, with a ferocious womanizing appetite and impish inclinations to spare. It’s not exactly a bold leap forward for Sheen, but, to his credit, he manages to survive a highly disorganized effort from fascinating helmer Roman Coppola. Read the rest at


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