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Roger Dodger

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Roger Swanson has always believed that he's as sharp as a tack in manipulating women. Unfortunately, the real world has proved it's wrong when he is kicked by his girlfriend, also his boss, a few day ago. In order to regain his reputation, Roger takes his new arrival nephew out on the town in search of sex.
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Teletext
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August 15, 2003

Kidd's story is a bitter pill to swallow - many will find the portrayal of Roger as some kind of hero bizarre.
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TheMovieReport.com
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January 27, 2009

Scott's hilariously hateful hauteur is able to counteract some falsely fuzzy notes in the ending.
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USA Today
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December 05, 2002

Scott's low-key portrayal makes Roger interesting.
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eFilmCritic.com
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June 16, 2003

Blatantly arrogant, unapologetically misogynistic, morally repugnant, and absolutely hypnotic. All these descriptions and more can be applied to the character of Roger Swanson (Campbell Scott)
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Miami Herald
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November 15, 2002

Doesn't really add up to much.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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December 08, 2016

The performances are absolutely superb, and that's where the film wants to live.
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New York Magazine/Vulture

January 16, 2003

A fascinating, uneven first feature from the young writer-director Dylan Kidd.
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Looking Closer

December 06, 2004

Some have condemned this film for 'filthy content.' That's like condemning a hospital for being a place of disease. Kidd deals with 'filth' the way a surgeon treats a tumor.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

November 15, 2002

Roger Dodger is an impressive first-time effort by Dylan Kidd, the director and writer. But like the teen in the movie who is trying to lose his virginity, the film never quite scores.
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UK Critic
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September 07, 2003

The dialogue addresses our expectations, gets us laughing and stops the movie from becoming too obvious a character study.
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Orlando Sentinel

January 03, 2003

We journey from appreciating Roger as the ideal over-drinks conversationalist to someone we would cross the street to avoid.
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November 09, 2002

Even at its grimmest, the movie hums along, thanks to the edgy, hand-held, on-the-fly cinematography and the snappy performances.
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