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    Don McKay

    25 years after a tragedy, high school janitor Don McKay returns to his hometown and rekindles a romance with his old flame, who is dying, but this homecoming brings McKay more than he bargained for.
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  • Actors of "Don McKay"

  • Characters of "Don McKay"

    Don McKay. Character of Don McKay
    Principal Edwards. Character of Don McKay
    Played by: Stephen Benson
    Dr. Lance Pryce. Character of Don McKay
    Played by: James Rebhorn
    Officer Randall. Character of Don McKay
    Played by: Ted Arcidi
  • Directors of "Don McKay"

    Jake Goldberger. Director of Don McKay
    Jake Goldberger
    Birthdate: 12 May 1977, New York City, New York, USA
  • Creators of "Don McKay"

    Jake Goldberger. Director of Don McKay
    Jake Goldberger
    Birthdate: 12 May 1977, New York City, New York, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Don McKay"

    Entertainment Weekly
    April 07, 2010

    Goldberger gets a few good tonal feints in, especially when he consults the Coen recipe book for the disorienting effect of blood (and bloody violence) on American simple folk.

    New York Times
    April 02, 2010

    When you pack your movie with performers like Mr. Church, Ms. Leo, Mr. Rebhorn and Keith David (as DonĆ¢(TM)s old friend), all with faces and deliveries that can slide easily between comedy and menace, youĆ¢(TM)re holding a full house.

    New York Post
    April 02, 2010

    Don McKay certainly has its moments, but it never manages to maintain the consistent tone so crucial if a black comedy is going to actually be funny.

    Boston Globe
    April 01, 2010

    This is a movie that, if you can make it to the last 30 minutes, starts to make some sense. It seems the plot twist is the only good idea in the script.

    Associated Press
    April 01, 2010

    An admirable attempt even if the film only works spottily.

    Village Voice
    March 31, 2010

    A strange, largely inert indie thriller.

    Reel Film Reviews
    July 31, 2011 almost aggressively pointless piece of work that simply isn't able to justify its very existence.
    July 24, 2010

    Labored and distractingly uneven, Don McKay comes across as a lackadaisical film school writing assignment that somehow lucked into a feature film deal.

    Q Network Film Desk
    June 29, 2010

    Goldberger makes the most of his eclectic, multi-Oscar-nominated cast to make up for the lack of scope and visual panache, not to mention the sometimes strained machinations of his plot
    April 08, 2010

    The tone and the pacing always seem a little off and as a result, we become all too aware of mechanics of the screenplay grinding along towards a finale that is simply too complicated and unbelievable for its own good.

    Boxoffice Magazine
    April 06, 2010

    Clearly Goldberger thinks he can juggle this delicate noirish soufflƩ but it all comes crashing down around him because the true nature of his characters' actions just don't make a whole lot of sense.

    Reeling Reviews
    April 02, 2010

    [Director] Greenberg's tyro script is both dark comedy and slick whodunit and all the players do it justice. He handles his material and fine cast with a deft hand that belies his freshman status.

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