Movie poster for Duck
|Directed by||Nic Bettauer|
|Produced by||Nic Bettauer
|Written by||Nic Bettauer|
|Starring||Philip Baker Hall
|Distributed by||Right Brained Releasing|
|Running time||98 min|
Duck received generally mixed or negative reviews from critics. Gary Goldstein at reel.com rated it 1.5 stars, saying "Duck is a turkey" and "Bettauer's made a tedious, groan-worthy picture notable only for the bigger issues it attempts—and fails—to successfully explore than for any real entertainment value." The New York Times said "it tries too hard" and "ducks aren't all that endearing". Mark Feeney in the Boston Globe said that Bettauer "strikes a very uneasy balance" between playing for tears or laughs.
- Philip Baker Hall ... Arthur
- Bill Brochtrup ... Leopold
- Amy Hill ... Linh
- Noel Gugliemi ... JC
- French Stewart ... Jeffery
- Bill Cobbs ... Norman
- Gary Goldstein. "Reel Review: Duck (2005)". reel.com. Retrieved 2008-04-04.[dead link]
- Neil Genzlinger (2007-05-10). "Duck (2005): A Sense of Purpose Takes Flight". The New York Times. Retrieved 2008-04-04.
- Mark Feeney (2007-08-24). "'Duck' gets caught between humor and pathos". Boston Globe. Retrieved 2008-04-04.
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