Roadrunner: A Film About Anthony Bourdain

Movie review by Tara McNamara, Common Sense Media
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Lots of smoking, drinking, language in Bourdain documentary.

R 2021 118 minutes

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An interesting, complicated and ultimately sad story that meanders a bit too much at the end

This film definitely convinces that Bourdain was interesting and complicated and unhappy. It comes at you full force and I was definitely intrigued, however the whole AI thing, yeah, not sure if we want to start condoning that quite yet, or ever. At least not in the way it was used in this film. The film feels like it goes a bit long, but maybe because we know how it ends and we do not want to get to "that" part. The film feels like it doesn't know how to end and everyone is just holding their breath.

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