Critic Review - New Yorker

Tarantino and Rodriguez assume that we'll relish the movie's violence or shrug it off as play, as they do, but not everyone in the audience will want his enjoyment of it taken for granted that way.

April 9, 2007 Full Review Source: New Yorker | Comments (6)
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bfitzpat

Brian Fitzpatrick

It's hacks like David Denby that give critics a bad name.

May 17 - 11:46 AM

bfitzpat

Brian Fitzpatrick

It's hacks like David Denby that give critics a bad name.

May 17 - 11:46 AM

dan-calvess

dan marshall

Like the other dude said you're a f*%!en' hack and you give critics a bad name w/ bs reviews like that . What's your favorite film Bread and chocalate

Jun 10 - 12:13 PM

coffeeemergency

j ander

When a review misses the point as completely as this one does, how does this clown keep his job?

Oct 6 - 08:16 AM

crazed_mellow

Anthony Marsico

Ha, i totally agree with coffeeemergency.

Oct 10 - 10:04 AM

chriskent2002

Chris Wilson

I'm glad someone wrote a review that mirrored my own feelings about this extremely boring film. I must admit that I liked parts of "Death Proof," but found Rodriguez's film to be heavy-handed and dull. A complete waste of time - and I liked "Race With the Devil!"

Aug 5 - 07:04 AM

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