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Smith finds amusing juxtapositions that justify his exercise.
Mr. Smith makes us look afresh at our own digs and at, as the old saying goes, what makes a house a home.
At just over an hour, Home Movie will leave you wanting more, not to mention leaving you with some laughs and a smile on your face.
I like this movie a lot. I like that Smith, he's not making fun of these people, he's not laughing at them.
[Smith] simply celebrates the universal desire to fashion our homes for our needs and desires.
Smith is careful not to make fun of these curious owners of architectural oddities. Instead, he shows them the respect they are due.
Each of the subjects alternates between charming and creepy.
A true pleasure.
A naturally funny film, Home Movie makes you crave Chris Smith's next movie.
Watching these eccentrics is both inspiring and pure joy.
"Home Movie" is the film equivalent of a lovingly rendered coffee table book.
a documentary ditty that just barely sustains its 65 minute running time
Documentary about five different homes and the people who live in them. I particularly liked the pragmatic Japanese-sitcom-acting Hawaiian lady and her treehouse in the middle of nowhere, but all five had their qualities, not least a conviction in their way of living that was engaging to watch.
I like unconventional people. Ben Skora's soap dish was freaky though.
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Fascinating documentary depicting lives of people who have a 'special' and unusual way of creating their immediate home. Be at the man living on a boat in the everglades, the cat family or the kooky inventor who plans to be reborn in a humanoid robot he built.An entertaining, yet enlighting view of how people are able to construct their lives according to their own beliefs and imaginations.
These people are odd birds.
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