He Was a Quiet Man
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An office worker inadvertently becomes a hero after he saves a woman's life.

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JWR - 9/10 by S. James WeggCappello's brilliant script and expert storytelling would merely be interesting if anyone other than Christian Slater had been cast as Bob Maconel.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer - 8/10 by William ArnoldWith his Jack Nicholson mannerisms extinguished and his boyish features made up to look worn and aged, Slater also makes us believe and care about this guy. A movie this marginal isn't likely to get much notice, but it's one of the very best things he has done.
Combustible Celluloid - 8/10 by Jeffrey M. AndersonSlater really sells Bob's tormented inner soul in a very appealing way; he feels like a real person inside his insane world.
DVDTalk.com - 7/10 by Brian OrndorfThe nightmare is enhanced by Slater's gonzo performance. It's great to see the once mighty king of cool challenged in Quiet Man with a complex role that Slater bites down hard on.
L.A. Weekly - 7/10 by Scott FoundasHe Was a Quiet Man casts its own perversely funny spell thanks in large part to Slater, whose wonderfully shifty, beaten-down performance is easily his best in the 17 years.
The List - 6/10 by Kaleem AftabIn this audacious crime caper, written and directed by Frank A Cappello, Slater finally gives a leading-man performance that delivers on his early promise.
Empire Magazine - 6/10 by Kat BrownAn enjoyable satire is let down by a third act that juggles too many ideas for its own good.
Film4 - 6/10 by Tristan BurkeChristian Slater's dedicated performance aside, He Was A Quiet Man tries to be both a black comedy and a drama, each ultimately undermining the other.
Guardian - 6/10 by Peter BradshawA real oddity of a film: a satire of corporate office despair.
New York Post - 5/10 by Lou LumenickInitially shows promise, but filmmaker Frank Cappello (the early Russell Crowe vehicle "No Way Back") gets bogged down when Slater becomes involved with Elisa Cuthbert, a paraplegic survivor of the shooting who wants him to kill her.

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