The Accountant movie reviews
Here’s what critics are saying about The Accountant, starring Ben Affleck, Anna Kendrick, J.K. Simmons, Jon Bernthal, Jeffrey Tambor and John Lithgow:
“The Accountant” is, if nothing else, singular in lending an action-movie cliche an absurdly peculiar and elaborate backstory. “I like incongruity,” Wolff says in one scene. “The Accountant” does, too, but maybe a bit too much. Read the complete movie reviews here.
“The Accountant” shouldn’t add up, but somehow it does. Whether or not audiences warm to a hero who’s equally skilled at tax codes and tae kwon do, the filmmakers certainly can’t be accused of going for the tried and true. Read the complete movie review here.
“Sooner or later, difference scares people.” The Accountant puts that sentiment in the mouth of a military man (Robert C Treveiler) explaining the tough ways of the world to his autistic, bullied son. But it could as easily be said by the director Gavin O’Connor, who has put together a drama so familiar and formulaic that even the most timid viewer will be comforted. Or, more likely, anesthetized. Read the complete movie review here.