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Earnest and well meaning and, while dangerously sentimental at times, never quite crosses the line into maudlin.
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An overcrowded, emotionally erratic anthem of NYC endurance.
Pretentious profiles in post-9/11 grief and confusion, Clear Blue Tuesday manages the not-inconsiderable feat of insulting both the memory of the World Trade Center attacks and the musical genre.
Preoccupation with tragedy does not a narrative make.
A film that meditates upon post-9/11 psychology without an urgent sense of purpose or even an empathetic voice to guide us through the event's gnarl of grief isn't simply mediocre, it's dishonorable.
Often stilted and uninvolving amalgamation of drama, tragedy, romance and awkward musical numbers. Jan O'Dell steals the show with her genuinely heartfelt performance.
Though naive in execution, the story gingerly bypasses loaded drama to pluck bushels of hope from obvious blight.
The film's tepid songs are emblematic of its tepid characterizations.
Theatre-inspired and cast-workshopped musical about several New Yorkers' lives in the wake of 9/11 is well-intentioned but off-off-off-off-Broadway.
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