Ralph Breaks the Internet
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A darkly funny and fascinating examination of body image, sexuality, and self-esteem.
An exemplar of fresh-air filmmaking that addresses the devastating legacy of the drug thalidomide with acidic wit and grumpy honesty.
The film tastefully handles the sensitive subject, but it lacks the bite that a Michael Moore would have provided.
[Features] a slack, scattershot approach that ill serves the director's intermittently audacious film.
Drop the impotent Michael Moore-esque exposé on the company who manufactured the drug, and this moving doc would, in fact, be perfect.
The film is alternately hilarious, insightful and sad, and entirely allergic to sentimentality or easy platitudes.
Glasow achieves something rare in documentaries today: the joy of listening to people talk.
Nobody's Perfect is a film that succeeds on many levels.
[This film is] imperfect and still does quite a lot.
This insightful documentary takes its place among all features that call upon us to be ourselves, to 'come out' and help prove to all that nobody's perfect.
An extraordinary German documentary about 12 adults with disabilities created by the toxic drug Thalidomide and how a special project lifts their spirits and gives them a fresh sense of community.
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