AVClub: If, as The Adderall Diaries posits, the truth is subjective, that puts a reviewer in an awkward bind. On a purely technical level, the film is fine, if overly reliant on indie-movie clichés. It features some good performances from proven actors, and touches on some interesting philosophical questions. Subjectively, those performances are wasted on characters who are either woefully underutilized or aggressively unlikable (specifically, one that is aggressively unlikable, and the rest underutilized). And if an interesting philosophical question is posed by a total douchebag, who even cares?