Critic Review - Globe and Mail

Viewed through a North American lens, the movie itself seems more familiar than fascinating, more innocuous than inflammatory, and, at 21/2 hours, more tedious than anything else.

March 18, 2005 Full Review Source: Globe and Mail | Comments (9)
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knightsnke

Ken Sutiak

Using big words wont justify the incorrect rating you give this movie. In simple words this movie is very well detailed and extremely entertaining!

Jun 13 - 07:23 PM

David G.

David Gaffney

In the words of William Shakespeare
"you sir are a complete cunt"

Dec 27 - 09:26 PM

Wisenheimer

Joshua Dinsmore

Why on earth would you view a movie from that perspective? Everyone knows that most Americans don't know the difference between a good movie and a bad movie (and by Americans I mean Americans who aren't on this site). And yes, I am an American, and proud of it.

Jun 18 - 01:03 AM

Peter Ventura

Peter Ventura

Calling this person a cunt is insulting to cunts.

Sep 15 - 05:18 PM

Rob Flynn

Rob Flynn

When you were born, someone walked by the delivery room as your mom was pushing you out of her and said, "Look, some cunt is coming out of that cunt's cunt!"

Mar 29 - 10:13 PM

Ian Gray

Ian Gray

Well maybe you should drop the ethnocentric tone and pick up a history book, because this film speaks volumes to a society where it remains illegal to even display a swastika. Giving the Nazis their humanity back stirs up the controversy quite poignantly.

May 13 - 12:16 AM

Elias B.

Elias Bauer

Wow... Massive idiot-alert.

Jul 20 - 05:36 AM

Julius Mojzisek

Julius Mojzisek

Maybe you should clean your lens. Or shove it up you ass.

Sep 24 - 08:14 PM

Fabio Juliano

Fabio Juliano

Rick Groen does not speak for North America, not even for Canada, just for himself.

Oct 16 - 02:49 PM

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