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    Hypocritical but interesting in regards to what perfection is.
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    As is, it's messy and forgettable.
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    Sadness, bureaucracy and Big Pharma, all the way towards an early grave.
  • 48
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    The recipe for disaster is there, and it's a very entertaining result. Worth your while.
  • 33
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    Not funny, not applicable, not good.
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    All about love, life, pain, humanity. A must-see, truly.
  • 75
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    All in all: avoid unless carnage is what you're looking for.
  • 2
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    Missing some of a Q&A but still powerful due to the solemnity and isolation. Interesting.
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    Cute but not as concentrated as it should have been. Good philosophical base for discussio
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    Bale is at his best, the 1970s feel is there, but the film could use a good rewrite.
  • 3
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    The documentary is really interesting and is well made.
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    Quite a cute film with a simple story where alcoholism is written too in-your-face.
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    A film that's aged badly before it even ended... And it's an antifeministic mess.
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    I saw this expecting a few laughs. It was the pits, and trite antifeministic pap to boot.
  • 8
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    As hough bits of "Clueless" met the aesthetic from "A Night At The Roxbury". Very funny.
  • 172
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    Exciting and slightly different. And Gyllenhaal's tics will get on you. Recommendable.
  • 28
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    All in all: entertaining and more honest than a lot of music documentaries.
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    A good compilation that has its ups and downs, but mainly ups. Not so much on politics.
  • 105
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    One of the best - if not _the best_ film of the year. Brilliant documentary.
  • 15
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    Not very good, passable; few weepy scenes, felt like it just went on too long.
  • 1
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    Anti-feministic drivel; the results of a very limited mind.
  • 72
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    A slight and trivial idea that fleets and quickly flutters away.
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    This is the type of film that I've missed since "Almost Famous": a lot of heart.
  • 92
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    A little suspenseful yet jumpy.
  • 87
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    I would have liked this film if it weren't a good-ole-boys film altogether. Feminism?
  • 1
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    Some laughable scenes to keep you going, e.g. that which involves human relations, et.c.
  • 2
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    Really entertaining, odd and wonderful.
  • 2
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    All in all: fair but somewhat flawed. Still a modern tale of everyday relationship abuse.
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    This film has a lot of philosophical layers on offer. Entertaining and simple.
  • 9
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    Loads of violence, not much sense; fair enough at times, but pretty drab in this film.