Trust Me
Trust Me (2014)

Trust Me tells the sharp, comic story of Howard Holloway, a down-on-his luck agent for child actors and truly one the last good guys left in Hollywood. After discovering a 13-year-old acting prodigy, he is poised to close the deal of a… More

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Rated: R
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Genre: Drama, Comedy
Release Date: August 26, 2014
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Critic Score: 52% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Randy Cordova
Arizona Republic

There's a fine tradition of acerbic movies that skewer Hollywood: Think "Sunset Boulevard," "The Player" and "What Just Happened," to name a few. The dark-humored "Trust Me" is a worthy addition to the list.

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

As the movie picks up speed and undergoes sudden, confusing plot reversals, it loses its satirical edge.

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Zach Hollwedel
Under the Radar

It is a smart, funny, endearing, and entertaining glimpse into a part of Hollywood rarely depicted in film.

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Bill Edelstein
Variety

There's certainly humor running through writer-director-star Clark Gregg's "Trust Me," the tale of an inept agent for child actors; it's just that not all of it feels intentional.

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Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times

"Trust Me" contains so much terrific writing, acting and observation that it becomes a bit easier to forgive writer-director-star Clark Gregg when his ambitions best him during the movie's convoluted last third.

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Todd Jorgenson
Cinemalogue.com

Despite solid performances, the cast can't inject much sympathy into these characters or their self-indulgent plight.

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Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor

As long as Gregg, as both actor and director, is anatomizing the Hollywood viper pit, Trust Me rings true.

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Elizabeth Weitzman
New York Daily News

[Gregg] makes a tonally disastrous swerve ...

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Jeffrey M. Anderson
Common Sense Media

Seems forced into much darker territory in its final act. Gregg provides a prologue to foreshadow it, but it still doesn't quite fit.

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