Reach Me
Reach Me (2014)

A motivational book written by a mysterious man (Tom Berenger) goes viral and quickly gains popularity, inspiring a group of people that includes a journalist (Kevin Connolly), his editor (Sylvester Stallone), a former inmate (Kyra… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Genre: Drama
Release Date: December 30, 2014
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Consensus: Featuring a bewildering array of talented actors pummeled by disjointed direction and a dull, hackneyed script, Reach Me is so fundamentally misbegotten that its title reads more like a threat.

Richard Roeper
Chicago Sun-Times

At times "Reach Me" is undeniably intriguing, mostly because it's just so weird and disconnected. Eventually, though, it just becomes tiresome.

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Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times

A kitchen-sink mess with no discernible narrative drive or thematic resonance beyond uninspired batches of bad behavior, gunplay, eccentricity and weak uplift.

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Brian Orndorf
Blu-ray.com

Herzfeld is determined to make these puzzle pieces fit, yet there isn't much to solve with Reach Me, which gradually limps to a cop-out close.

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

Nothing in the proceedings is remotely convincing, let alone entertaining.

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Ben Kenigsberg
New York Times

Casting Sylvester Stallone as a gossip-site publisher obviously modeled on Matt Drudge is one of many counterintuitive ideas that backfire in "Reach Me."

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Matt Patches
IGN Movies

Reach Me feels lazy, in desperate need of its own motivational speech.

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Tom Long
Detroit News

'Reach Me' is the sort of movie where careers go to die.

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Jesse Hassenger
AV Club

The score works overtime to assert what kind of movie this is, sometimes shifting several times within a single scene. Choices include a low-rent thriller, a contemplative drama, and a slick Elmore Leonard-style crime farce. None of them stick.

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Emily Estep
Film School Rejects

Reach Me takes a long list of cliches -- some more offensive than others -- and mixes them all together with a fancy cast to make a boring, pretentious film. Reach for an actual book instead.

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