I'm Not Here

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  • Official HD Trailer

Movie Info & Cast


A man struggles with the tragic memories of his past to make sense of his present, but soon realizes that time isn't the enemy he thinks it is.


  • J.K. Simmons
  • Sebastian Stan
  • Maika Monroe
  • Mandy Moore
  • Max Greenfield
  • Iain Armitage
  • Harold Perrineau
  • Jeremy Maguire
  • David Koechner
  • Heather Mazur

Did You Know?


  • Sebastian Stan played a character named "Steve" in this film. In the Marvel Cinematic Universe, he played Bucky Barnes, the best friend of Steve Rogers/Captain America.
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  • The filmmakers show little regard for period accuracy, essentially taking the millennial approach of lumping things from before they were born into a single category of "old". Steve is six during the scenes of his younger self, which would make the year 1963, but cultural references are all over the place, including his father's hat, which was a late 1950's style (men's brimmed hats were rapidly falling out of fashion by 1963), the Monkees' Daydream Believer along with his mother's hair and makeup being all circa 1967, while the Jabberjaws cartoon show is from 1976 (by which time he would have been 19 years old). The disparity is great enough that one can't pretend that these are amalgams of a blurred memory.
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Mar 11, 2019

What a magnificent presence is J.K. Simmons. What an authentic, weathered, world-weary face he has. What a tremendous gift he has for conveying so much with such little dialogue in the stark and unsettling I’m Not Here.

Metacritic review by Richard Roeper
Richard Roeper
Chicago Sun-Times
Mar 6, 2019

Following a few years after 3 Geezers, Schumacher's reviled feature directing debut starring Simmons and Tim Allen, I'm Not Here represents a great leap forward, but still doesn't hold out much promise for future efforts that aren't built around performances by Simmons.

Metacritic review by John DeFore
John DeFore
The Hollywood Reporter