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Ani Bundel is a TV Writer for Elite Daily and WETA and contributes regularly to NBC News THINK and Culturess.
LaToya Ferguson has reviewed for Entertainment Weekly, The Guardian, Paste, and is a regular contributor to the A.V. Club.
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Steeped in the NOLA film scene, Bill Arceneaux is a freelancer of 8 years who currently writes for Big Easy Magazine.
Your scorecard will be full, which is the point.
‐ Ben Kenigsberg,
New York Times
Aside from one early skirmish and the rather chaotic escape itself, Burke's thoughtful script mostly unfolds without the usual prison-movie tumult.
‐ Jeannette Catsoulis,
New York Times
An evocative meditation on sight, cinema, and the tools of filmmaking.
‐ John Fink,
The Film Stage
As usual, Arrow knocked it out of the park with this release, but the film itself is a bit average aside from the presence of Edwige Fenech.
‐ Adam Patterson,
One of the greatest of American satires finally hits high-definition video with an okay transfer of an inferior source, highlighting the need for future restoration.
‐ Jake Cole,
Sony's Blu-ray does right by the film's aesthetic wonders and includes a plethora of kid- and adult-friendly extras that dig into the complexity of the animation.
Five Feet Apart