To begin with the obvious: “The Pallbearer” is a goofier, gloomier trek across some of the same ground covered in “The Graduate,” with David Schwimmer of TV’s “Friends” in the Dustin Hoffman role. The filmmakers must have subjected the 1967 classic to minute scrutiny. And yet the movie is not simply a retread; it has its own originality and tone and a quirkier sense of humor, and the central role is ideal for Schwimmer’s hangdog charm (…) There were times during “The Pallbearer” when I felt the plot was too clever for its own good, that twists were being added simply to frustrate us. But the director, Matt Reeves, has a master plan, and it’s amazing how a movie with so many detours can arrive so convincingly at its destination. — Roger Ebert

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