The Adderall Diaries

The Adderall Diaries

Writer and Adderall enthusiast Stephen Elliott reaches a low point when his estranged father resurfaces, claiming that Stephen has fabricated much of the dark childhood that that fuels his writing. Adrift in the precarious gray area of memory, Stephen is led by three sources of inspiration: a new romance, the best friend who shares his history, and a murder trial that reminds him more than a little of his own story. Based on the memoir of the same name.

As a writer stymied by past success, writers block, substance abuse, relationship problems and a serious set of father issues, Elliott's cracked-out chronicle of a bizarre murder trial amounts to less than the sum of its parts. Not long into the 2007 trial of programmer Hans Reiser, accused of murdering his wife, the defendant's friend Sean Sturgeon obliquely confessed to several murders (though not the murder of Reiser's wife). Elliott, caught up in the film-ready twist and his tenuous connection to Sturgeon (they share a BDSM social circle), makes a gonzo record of the proceedings. The result is a scattered, self-indulgent romp through the mind of a depressive narcissist obsessed with his insecurities and childhood traumas. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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Kassy S (es) wrote: i only like 40% want to see this. i would watch this movie if there was nothing else to watch.

Jacob B (kr) wrote: D+If you don't mind a little cheese to go with your horror, then this is the movie for you to watch. Cheesy horror is in fact the most enjoyable form of horror. But the problem is that while the effects are decent and Warwick Davis gets into the role of the titular character, the film has its flaws and questions that sort of don't make sense.

Marina H (us) wrote: Roger Ebert must have had something going on with Rachel Welch who blacklisted with inner influence this movie when they refused to let her play susie, she was offered Audra Linley's part originally, she was too old to play susie, she was the real reason behind all the put downs for this movie .. It is still one of my favorites .. a combo of two Steinbecks books .. Cannery Row and Sweet Thursday ..

Deb S (de) wrote: Yep, I know divorce is no laughing matter but this one sounds awfully funny. Recommended by ~PinkMinkPrincess~ I am willing to chance it.

Grant W (fr) wrote: A simple story presented in Scorsese's early-trademark style. This dark, murky and gritty tale gives history on what Little Italy once was and does not fall short on realism and great performances by the young veteran actors of Keital and De Niro.

Richard D (it) wrote: Pretty good for a cheap horror from this period. Robert Alda has visions of a mysterious vision who lures him into a demonic voodoo cult led by Neil Hamilton ... TV's Commissioner Gordon. The first half moves at an enjoyable pace, the second half drags until the suitably entertaining climax. Bruno VeSota has a small role.

Andrea D (ca) wrote: I understand that the plot is dark but the movie takes the story to a rather melodramatic place. I wish it had been a little more swashbuckling, a little less bland drama for the sake of appearing serious and important - the stiff writing and acting felt wooden and void of the emotions the film was trying to portray. The wailing titanic-esque soundtrack didn't help.