Noise

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Released 2010

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Director:
Henry Bean
Released:
2010
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Noise features Academy-Award®-winner Tim Robbins as David Owen, a Manhattan husband and father so unhinged by the noise outside his window that he declares a one-man war on car alarms. But when David goes over the edge and becomes a citywide noise-vigilante known as 'The Rectifier,' he incurs the wrath of New York's sleazy blowhard Mayor (a hilarious performance by Oscar®-winner William Hurt) who vows to stop him. How much damage will one guy inflict for a little peace and quiet? Bridget Moynahan and William Baldwin co-star in this wickedly funny black comedy from award-winning writer/director Henry Bean (THE BELIEVER) that The New Yorker hails as "a splendidly eccentric film alive with the creative madness of New York City!"

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  • 70

    Los Angeles Times Carina Chocano

    Robbins plays David with the self-assurance that there's no combination sexier than smart, funny and self-righteously angry.

  • 50

    Variety

    Amusing but marginal diatribe against aural assault in Manhattan.

  • 40

    The New York Times Stephen Holden

    The movie, whose cacophonous soundtrack, when turned up, conjures your worst nightmare of sirens, car alarms, jackhammers and sundry aural assaults, is a one-trick film that rapidl...

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