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If a Fellini fan, this one is a must see.
| Original Score: B
A marvellous and immensely personal piece of self analysis, which journeys into the heart, mind and soul of its illustrious director, Frederico Fellini.
| Original Score: 4.5/5
gets to the core of creativity
| Original Score: A+
... a delightful piece of filmmaking full of imaginative flights of creative delirium and accomplished with wit, verve, style, grace, and a tongue-in-cheek joy.
There's no clean way to boil the characters of 8 1/2 down to their psychoanalytical essence.
| Original Score: 3/4
Fellini has made many masterpieces, but this 1963 Oscar-winner is arguably one of his most brilliant and influential films, boasting a seminal performance from Marcello Mastroianni.
| Original Score: A
[A] fascinating and highly-influential masterpiece from Federico Fellini.
It's Fellini's last black-and-white picture and conceivably the most gorgeous and inventive thing he ever did.
Here is the author-director picture par excellence, an exciting, stimulating, monumental creation.
Amiably spiking all criticism through a gloomy scriptwriter mouthpiece, Fellini pulls a multitude of rabbits out of the showman's hat.
a true masterpiece
| Original Score: 5/5
Fellini's manic, larger-than-life 8 1/2 rules as the king of all Italian movies.
Fellini was so incredibly creative that when he was mentally blocked, he turned his inner struggle into a phenomenal masterpiece of introspection.
| Original Score: 4/4
Astute beyond words.
| Original Score: 4/5
Fellini's flights into the surreal are his self-examination and confession. Alas, unlike Bergman, his confession is without moral rigor; he wants to be indulged, not absolved.
| Original Score: B-
Most overrated film of all time.
| Original Score: 3/5
Brilliant Fellini film -- probably his best.