Harrelson plays the cranky title character, a man who can’t help but be completely honest and forthright no matter the social situation. - From am New York
By Robert Levin email@example.com March 23, 2017 It’s a verbose, tragicomic part that’s perfectly suited to the actor’s particular talents.
Not everyone would respond to a character that, in the wrong hands, could come across as relentlessly insufferable, but Harrelson found a lot to admire in Daniel Clowes’ creation.
Harrelson qualifies his admiration for the tao of Wilson, who breaks free from the prison of his lonely life with his dog when he reconnects with his ex-wife (Laura Dern) and learns he has a teenage daughter (Isabella Amara), with a hypothetical.
“If someone says, ‘Do you like my dress,’ and they’re not in their house, they’re out in public, it’d be one thing if they were like a few feet from their closet, but otherwise, in that situation, I think it’s best to say, ‘Love it,’ even if you don’t,” which is the exact opposite of what Wilson would do.
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