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All Critics (14)
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| Rotten (5)
A sometimes smart social commentary on Los Angeles characters who seek spiritual salvation when they can't buy every object they want.
The realities of their performances prove insufficient to pull Tolkin's bitter and deliberate tale from its doldrums, however, and this film lives u p to its title. Most of the time, it proves as repetitive and empty as an endless New Wave rhapsody.
Sporadically witty but not too deep, New Age, Tolkin's second feature as a director continues to explore satirically the lives of self-abosrbed yuppies on the verge of economic and moral collpase.
Presents a scathing critique of the emptiness in the lives of a couple addicted to materialism.
I spent the entire movie alternating between checking my watch to see how much was left and wishing that one of them would realize how worthless they were.
Wow! I am letting Peter Weller really have it lately. First for Naked Lunch and now for this film. Perhaps he ought to have signed up for a lifetime of playing Robocop. This doesn't quite work. It has it's moments but feels incomplete.
It has it's ups and downs, but ultimately as empty as these people's lives.
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