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The Accountant

Time: 116 minutes
Age Rating: Violence, Offensive Language
Cast:
Ben Affleck as Christian “Chris” Wolff
Anna Kendrick as Dana Cummings
J. K. Simmons as Director Raymond “Ray” King… 682 more words

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The Accountant

Something Doesn’t Add Up

I think whatever you believe this film is… It’s probably not that.

I went in with expectations of an autistic kid who is excellent with numbers being used by the mob to make their operations look as legit Lehman Brothers financial services… or at least pre-2008 Lehman Brothers. 451 more words

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The Accountant Proves To Be A Champion For Autism Without Being Gimmicky - Movie Review

Ben Affleck finally gets a crack at being Will Hunting if he fused with Jason Bourne if not just to spite his best friend Matt Damon. 496 more words

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The Accountant (Review)

The Accountant is an action-thriller that is honestly hard to describe.  It’s not a movie that’s about a plot or story but is more about introducing this character of Christian Wolff, an autistic accountant who was trained by his military father to defend himself with any and all means necessary.   288 more words

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It All Adds Up

In the movie The Accountant, there’s a telling exchange between a parent whose child’s been diagnosed with autism and a clinician. The parent asks, “Can our son lead a normal life?” The clinician comes back with, “Define normal.” Autism is an umbrella diagnosis rather than a specific. 657 more words

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Introduction

Every year we get a slew of coming of age stories in which, often, if you don’t live near a metropolitan area, you have to wait weeks, or months, for it to come to a theater near you. 1,473 more words

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A story of man with Asperger's/Autism told right.


The Accountant tells the story of a math savant who uncooks the books for a new client when the Treasury Department closes in on his activities and the body count starts to rise. 503 more words

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