Seemingly endless movie.
| Original Score: 1/5
Marci X is the kind of terrible movie I'm almost glad I've seen, because this decade probably won't bring a worse movie than this.
| Original Score: 0/5
It's no masterpiece, but I found it consistently good-hearted and sometimes hilarious, and the sparse crowd I saw it with was laughing as much as I was, especially at the outrageous rap numbers.
It's the kind of movie that Mel Brooks used to make, warts and all.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
A sketch comedy that misses more than it hits.
| Original Score: 2/4
Como algum est˙dio p˘de aprovar este roteiro? Como os atores aceitaram participar do projeto? Como este conseguiu ser lanšado? Como Benjamin pode ser chamado de 'cineasta'?
| Original Score: 1/5
Suggests a sort of Judeo-Nubian alliance that would supposedly make uptight WASP's quake with fear. I think.
A more blithe display of astonishingly clueless anti-Semitism, racism, homophobia, and sheer bad taste has not been seen since probably ever.
Draw a big red "X" through this one.
| Original Score: 0/4
The fatal flaw of Marci X is its complete and total disconnect from the contemporary zeitgeist of hip-hop culture in American society.
| Original Score: 2/5
A bad joke that turns out to be a bad movie as well.
| Original Score: 0.5/5
J.A.P. meets rap, but it's not a marriage made in heaven -- (very) far from it, in fact.
If you're looking for laughs, X doesn't mark the spot.
| Original Score: D
If the context of Marci X were more realistic, a lot of these gags would soar. But the context is drag-show dinner theater.
A brief bit about a celibate boy band scores big; the rest is just noise.
| Original Score: 1.5/5
Given the songs were written by South Park songwriter Marc Shaiman, the lyrics should be more caustic. Like that show, the film is equally irreverent but nowhere near as intelligent or subversive.
| Original Score: 1/4
The title must have been transcribed wrong. This film should be called Marci. . . Yech!
A mess of would-be satire and condescending humor that never works for a second. Every person involved with this disaster should be ashamed.
A movie apparently determined to set back the progress of blacks in American culture by several decades.
A talent-stuffed assemblage of barbs and giddy musical numbers that shouldn't be written off as a feature flop -- but savored instead for the cult-ready collection of late-night satirical skits and misses it is.
| Original Score: B-