Charlie Sheen is back on top after his stint in CrazyTown, aka, the time when America was let in on Sheen’s meltdown after getting ousted from “Two and a Half Men,” a show that seems to have people divided (quite a few say the show is one of their favorites, while just as many say they can’t stand anything about the show and call it drivel). These days, Sheen is on “Anger Management,” but back when he was “Winning,” he was also starring in Roman Coppola’s “A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III.”
It’s funny that Sheen always ends up playing a character with his same name, but here he is again, playing a Charles. However, according to FilmJunk, this turn as a man slowly losing his marbles isn’t as horrifyingly entertaining as the real-life saga we all had to endure.
According to the site, the film seems to invest more time in moments unrelated to the very loose plot than to the actual plot itself. Sheen is said to have given a good performance, but the rest of the film is just seemingly happenstance.
You can read the full review at FilmJunk. If you’ve seen the film, write your opinions in the comments section below.