The Ticket (I) (2016)

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A blind man who regains his vision finds himself becoming metaphorically blinded by his obsession for the superficial.

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  • Dan Stevens and Kerry Bishé in The Ticket (2016)
  • Dan Stevens and Skylar Gaertner in The Ticket (2016)
  • Dan Stevens and Kerry Bishé in The Ticket (2016)
  • Oliver Platt and Malin Akerman in The Ticket (2016)
  • Skylar Gaertner and Dan Stevens filming The TIcket
  • Liza J. Bennett at THE TICKET Premiere TriBeCa Film Festival, NYC

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10 August 2017 | SnoopyStyle
| stuck in art-house mode
James (Dan Stevens) is blind, married to Sam (Malin Akerman) with young son Jonah. He works at a call center with other blind people including his friend Bob (Oliver Platt). One morning, he wakes up cured of his blindness. His personality changes. His flirtations with co-worker Jessica (Kerry Bishé) get serious.

There are some good actors doing good work but this movie is stuck in a slow, disjointed, cold art-house world. It also fails as a character study for a simple reason. His change at the very start makes it hard to know James' personality before his turn. It's hard to know the degree of his change, or feel for Sam's loss. This film just leaves me feeling cold and pining for the lost potential.

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