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Film Review - Austin Found


While it’s not a challenging picture, “Austin Found” does a fine job managing darkly comic material, not exactly trying to be hilarious, and teasing some rather grim behavior from morally dubious characters. Co-written and directed by Will Raee, the film explores the pursuit of fame and fortune through media manipulation, using a common depiction of mental illness to inspire a domino-tipping viewing experience that encounters less-than-bright characters and the schemes they hope to pull off. Again, “Austin Found” isn’t profound, and as a satire of television sensationalism, it falls flat, unwilling to snowball into something truly daring. But accepted on a lowered level of expectation, and the movie manages to balance varying degrees of stupidity and eccentricity.  Read the rest at


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