You Don't Know Jack
You Don't Know Jack (2010)

Al Pacino stars as Dr. Jack Kevorkian in director Barry Levinson's made-for-HBO biopic tracing the controversial career of the outspoken assisted suicide advocate/activist. Convinced that "dying is not a crime," Dr. Kevorkian… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Genre: Drama
Release Date: October 26, 2010
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Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Michael Phillips
At the Movies

This is Levinson's best work since Wag the Dog

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A.O. Scott
At the Movies

You Don't Know Jack might make you uncomfortable, and it probably won't change your mind on the issue of euthanasia, but you should by all means see it.

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Brian Orndorf
DVDTalk.com

Jack remains a disturbing, significant picture, expressing a mind and a purpose coldly silenced before it was ever truly understood...finding the shadows and the soapbox, Pacino is masterful in this uneasy, thought-provoking drama.

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Alex roy
You don't Know Jack is a well crafted biopic on Jack Kevorkian, the assisted suicide advocate who was charged on murder for killing his patients. With this… More
Cynthia S.
Ok, not an Al Pacino fan really. What drew me to this movie was the fact that I have always believed in what Dr. Kevorkian stood for. I deal with very sick… More
Zach Brehany
One of the beauty's of this film is that it does question one very important topic: If someone wants to die, should they be allowed to? Well, Jack… More
Corey Wood
Its Al Pacino's performence that makes this movie worth watching. The story itself is interesting but in the end its hard to come up with weather you like… More
familiar stranger
Euthanasia (aka 'mercy killing') has been a debatable issue for quite a long time & I guess it will remain so. There are some people in its favor… More
paul sandberg
Perhaps because I am in agreement with Kevorkian's pro euthanasia stance, I found the film very true, heartwrenching and very much NOT macabre. Certainly… More