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Critic Reviews for Dopamine
At bottom, what we've got here is a movie about a boy who meets a girl, loses her and tries to find a way to get her back. Which returns us to the original question: Can romance be reduced to scientific formula?
Mostly a drab affair, unfolding in restaurants, office cubicles and anonymous apartments, in which characters talk endlessly about relationships in ways that suggest they think they're being intelligent.
An amiably slight independent film that probably should have gone directly to the Sundance Channel.
... a near miss ...
While there's nothing terribly wrong with it, there's not much that's memorable either.
Audience Reviews for Dopamine
"Dopamine" is a very slow moving movie. I bought it at "Hollywood Video" for $1.06 and I think I paid too much. A large part of the movie revolves around a little yellow bird named Koy Koy. Koy Koy is a character in a computer program. The graphics used to create the bird are very similar to the graphics in "Avatar". OOPS. I didn't mean to say "Avatar"; I meant "Pong". After I watched the movie, I put it in my box for Goodwill donations. This movie lasts 85 minutes. There is one positive thing I can say about this movie and I will add it to this review as soon as I think of something.
An OK movie that questions if there is a spiritual side to love or is it just a chemical, behavioral or environmental reaction.
An interesting display of awkward love and boys with stupid rationalizations for emotions. I think he gets it in the end though.
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