Joaquin Phoenix gives one of his most powerful performances in C'Mon C'Mon

Joaquin Phoenix gives one of his most powerful performances in C'Mon C'Mon

Would you leave Joaquin Phoenix in charge of a small child? That would seem to be the hook of Mike Mills's entirely winning C'mon C'mon. It stars Phoenix a.
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Gaby Hoffmann, Joaquin Phoenix, Mike Mills, Woody Norman
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