Critic Review - Nick's Flick Picks

Impressive and ambitious, but seriously - am I the only person alive who finds it overwrought and patience-testing?

August 28, 2004 | Comments (7)
Nick's Flick Picks



Robert Hamer

Yes...yes you are.

Jun 7 - 11:55 PM


Andrei Andrei

No.. you aren't.

Jun 8 - 02:33 AM

The Tramp

Marco Martinez

Hello, you are a movie critic, appreciate the art.

Oct 23 - 04:28 PM

Sean K.

Sean Kirin

Sorry you felt this way. Perhaps going back to the MTV gen. oriented films of recent times will make your movie-going experience more tolerable. After all, there's always a good, quick and easy 90-minute Justin Timberlake film to be found somewhere on Netflix.

Dec 7 - 04:20 PM

martin r.

martin roessler

just finished watching it and must say there was not one minute that wasn't exciting,thrilling or simply beautiful...!
what a masterpiece!

Jan 1 - 03:44 AM


Dudley Heffington

yea you really are

Oct 19 - 08:14 PM

Georgios M.

Georgios Michalopoulos

You might not be the only, but you sure are in the minority. Making this kind of comments in a movie website, is like going to a restaurant and complain that you can't stand watching other people eating.
One might show some sympathy for the "oh this is long" argument if we were talking about another movie, but "the seven samurai" does not waste a second of its action.
Are you sure you want to be a film critic Nick?

Dec 19 - 11:50 AM

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