Critic Review - Boston Globe

Shows plenty of promise, but it's somewhat self-involved and won't appeal to audiences who like a straightforward -- even if fantastical -- narrative.

January 25, 2002 Full Review Source: Boston Globe | Comments (6)
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Padfoot1492

John Dorian

So, you gave it a bad review essentially because the common audience won't understand it... Do you not get art?

Jul 11 - 08:22 PM

Patrick H.

Patrick Haggerty

She didn't give it a bad review Padfoot. She actually gave it 3.5/4 stars. I don't know why Rotten Tomatoes marked that as rotten...

Jan 8 - 05:11 PM

Patrick H.

Patrick Haggerty

She didn't give it a bad review Padfoot. She actually gave it 3.5/4 stars. I don't know why Rotten Tomatoes marked that as rotten...

Jan 8 - 05:12 PM

John Arthur Beaman

john b

Yeah, three out of four seems pretty positive to me. Though I agree if people insist on straight forward story telling, this isn't for them.

May 22 - 07:09 PM

Tyler S.

Tyler Sweet

Art isn't about appealing to the masses

Mar 3 - 09:06 PM

Gavin Miller

Gavin Miller

Stupid review. And also, how is 3.5/4 rotten?

Jul 16 - 11:58 AM

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