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Roger DodgerRoger 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.Keywords:
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Directors of "Roger Dodger"Dylan KiddBirthdate: 30 August 1969, Massachusetts, USA
Creators of "Roger Dodger"Dylan KiddBirthdate: 30 August 1969, Massachusetts, USA
Critic Reviews of "Roger Dodger"New York Magazine/VultureJanuary 16, 2003
A fascinating, uneven first feature from the young writer-director Dylan Kidd.Orlando SentinelJanuary 03, 2003
We journey from appreciating Roger as the ideal over-drinks conversationalist to someone we would cross the street to avoid.USA TodayDecember 05, 2002
Scott's low-key portrayal makes Roger interesting.Miami HeraldNovember 15, 2002
Doesn't really add up to much.Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionNovember 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.SlateNovember 09, 2002
Even at its grimmest, the movie hums along, thanks to the edgy, hand-held, on-the-fly cinematography and the snappy performances.Antagony & EcstasyDecember 08, 2016
The performances are absolutely superb, and that's where the film wants to live.TheMovieReport.comJanuary 27, 2009
Scott's hilariously hateful hauteur is able to counteract some falsely fuzzy notes in the ending.Looking CloserDecember 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.UK CriticSeptember 07, 2003
The dialogue addresses our expectations, gets us laughing and stops the movie from becoming too obvious a character study.TeletextAugust 15, 2003
Kidd's story is a bitter pill to swallow - many will find the portrayal of Roger as some kind of hero bizarre.eFilmCritic.comJune 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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