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Garmento has nothing going for it.
As a satire, Garmento is toothless. As a comedy, it's funny only in spurts.
This shaky satire set in New York's garment district is consistently undone by an inconsistency of tone and less-than-assured directing and acting.
Despite MacNichol's sneaky verve and Thornton's sly subtlety the lead characters swiftly fade and shrink.
Maher's feature debut has amusing moments, but falls apart as quickly as a cheap knockoff.
A toothless, dated Seventh Avenue satire with shaky script, direction and acting.
In her three years in the garment industry, Maher may have learned her way around a sewing room but she picked up nothing about a movie set.
Maher in her debut as a director/writer does a good job showing why garmento is a derogatory term for the industry that has such a checkered past.
At times, Garmento looks like the real deal, but underneath the label, it's just another designer rip-off.
One of the most real exposés of this seamy biz you will ever see.
Strong in dialogue and atmosphere, keeping the viewer interested in what is going to happen to these characters.
Without an assured character at its center, the movie quickly collapses in a heap of moldy clichés and contrived (and not especially funny) situations.
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