Some vivid moments, but overall, just so-so.
| Original Score: 3/5
The most dense, fascinating collage of notions and meta-narrative references and formal tinkering in Soderbergh's whole career.
| Original Score: 10/10
It's a doodle movie, a sketchbook. I was held by the tinkering quality of it, though.
| Original Score: 4/5
a dizzyingly convoluted exploration of sex, art, identity and reality
| Original Score: 7/10
The meta-elements never hamper the central appeal of the film, which are the rich and flawed characters who are simply searching for a connection with another human being.
| Original Score: B+
None of it makes much sense, but most of it is fun, some hilarious.
This is a meaningful film trapped inside a half-baked film.
A raw, emotional tapestry that may have benefited from the no-nonsense atmosphere Soderbergh provided, but I doubt that.
I will be the first to admit that it is a film that most people will not like, and should probably stay away from.
| Original Score: B
What Full Frontal lacks in thematic coherence it largely makes up for as loosey-goosey, experimental entertainment. Still, I'm not quite sure what the point is...
| Original Score: C+
I will recommend it to anyone wanting to see something different.
| Original Score: 6/10
Works because it is unafraid to be so open, rough and unresolved.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Those hankering for something different will find Full Frontal a tasty trifle.
Once I got used to the deliberately atrocious cinematography, I found the film playful, funny, sometimes even sweet.
The screenplay by Coleman Hough has an equal mix of humor and humanity as it circles around the busy lives of seven people searching for intimate relationships.
| Original Score: 3/4
Having it both ways; Soderbergh and some Hollywood elite go 'Full Frontal'
Situations can be revealing, and almost always intriguing, in the hands of this talented cast.