Bulworth Reviews

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November 7, 2002
October 15, 2002
Bulworth is Warren Beatty's most passionate work since Reds -- provocative, vulgar, heartfelt and pretty darn funny.
July 31, 2002
... Bulworth is the product of an interesting engaged intelligence operating at or near peak capacity
June 5, 2002
What begins as a promising, potentially brilliant political satire fast degenerates into yet another celebrity soapbox...
April 12, 2002
March 24, 2002
Warren Beatty's brave, if ramshackle, political farce tackles the dirty business of racial inequality and corporate greed with the tenacity of a pit bull.
March 3, 2002
An over-the-top black comedy about two of the most egregious problems in politics- racism and campaign financing.
February 28, 2002
Bulworth is among the most honest and scathingly funny looks at modern politics in years.
February 27, 2001
Some might think this film is vulgar, and in many ways it is. However, as loud and raucous as it is, Bulworth speaks the truth, which is almost always ugly to hear.
February 14, 2001
What gives Bulworth its unique character is that all this silliness is periodically punctuated by cogent, carefully thought-out mini-manifestos...
January 1, 2001
Bulworth is a good idea for a movie, but it runs short of ideas, and gas, long before the end of the film.
January 1, 2000
Bulworth may offend or shock some people. Others will find it highly amusing. Like politics, it is a movie that will be hotly debated.
January 1, 2000
Unfolds at an appropriately lively pace.
January 1, 2000
As writer, director and star, Beatty flails all over the screen, but he's also made the only recent political satire that draws blood.
January 1, 2000
January 1, 2000
Sharp, sometimes intelligent and always stimulating...
January 1, 2000
Full of racial insults and humor, the movie is astonishingly frank, funny, outrageous and obnoxious. And sometimes all in the same line of dialog.
January 1, 2000
January 1, 2000
Warren Beatty is claiming that he got Bulworth made, basically, by not telling anybody at Fox what it was really about. I believe it. As the saying goes, they don't make them like this anymore.
January 1, 2000
In this wicked, high risk farce Beatty staggers around in social commentary like a happy-go-lucky drunk, tripping often but never quite falling down. He positively shines with dumb luck.
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