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Critic Reviews for Intermission
The great thing about Intermission is that you barely have time to spot the gaps.
Not real Irish, but the movie kind: the latest to stumble off the [John] Ford assembly-line.
Such are the dangers of teaching foreign cultures to yelp like Reservoir Dogs.
Intermission bursts with the energy of a documentary filmed on the run with a stolen camera.
Intermission is the first movie in ages to show us what Irish native Hollywood star Farrell is capable of.
Audience Reviews for Intermission
Lots of great stories and plots and reveals and quirks and weirdnesses, but I can't say I remember much of it all.
A very interesting ensemble drama. I loved a lot about most of the stories, but there were some that were not so great. It had a great sense of humor thrown in that was brilliantly played out by the actors. Cillian Murphy was definitely the standout, being a completely lovable loser.
After one of the greatest and most unexpected openings to a film I've ever seen the film is off to a good start. It begins as though it may be some kind of Irish Mike Leigh film. Unfortunately it goes down a convoluted route of too many characters in an intertwining plot similar to Lock, Stock. The performances and execution are both brilliant. It's an impressive looking film with lots to like unfortunately there isn't a single character one can relate to. Rather than blurring the lines between good and bad most people are just scum or act in irritating ways. It hurts a film that's script is in dire need of surgery. Still it manages to nail dark/disturbing comedy.