Critic Review - New York Press

How surprising that a new German film would teach Americans about human faith at a time when acclaimed movies like Borat lack faith.

July 11, 2007 Full Review Source: New York Press | Comments (3)
New York Press


Bartlett P.

Bartlett Pears

What's the matter Armond? Think people aren't going to be able to judge the movie based off of your poorly chosen words alone? The more often you drop the titles of completely irrelevant, the higher the chance your reviews are not going to stand the test of time. This review is a perfect example of this. It's 2010 now and I go back and read your review because I want to know about this movie. This is your review: "If you had to choose between this movie and watching Borat..."

But I don't HAVE to choose between these two movies. They share nothing in common. There are a million movies out there. I want to know why THIS movie is worth watching ten years from now, twenty years from now. What does this movie have to offer? That's all you have to write.

It's bad enough that you turn most of your reviews into long-winded rants on your personal political agenda flavor of the week. STICK TO THE POINT.

Jul 22 - 03:47 PM

Critique Threatt

Brian R

Shut up dude. White liked this movie enough said.

Sep 1 - 06:33 PM


Dylan Hair

HOLD...THE...PHONE! White actually liked this film!! Well that just may have gained him a couple points in my book, which he will lose in the near future I predict

Dec 6 - 09:36 PM

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