Palindromes Reviews

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September 16, 2018
It seems stuck entirely at the level of "what would happen if we tried..."
August 23, 2017
Nothing about Palindromes is easy to resolve. This should come as great news for fans of Todd Solondz.
November 7, 2012
There's pointed fatalism and indictments of middle-class superiority, but Solondz, ever the outsider, never loses affection for his misfits or stoops to passing judgment on their motivations. Love or hate him, he's vital.
June 20, 2009
"Palindromes" is a sloppy and muddy film that uses the shock value of seeing adult men humping numerous underage girls as its recurring visual device inscrutably linked to an unclear abortion issue theme.
July 15, 2007
A bizarre but brilliant headscratcher!
July 14, 2007
June 21, 2007
Certainly a unique vision for a filmmaker, this is not a flick for everyone. Stick with it, however, and you just may thoroughly enjoy what is at the heart an incredibly sweet tale.
May 29, 2007
The director's latest trek into the lunatic void, of what can best be described as the cinematic version of clinical depression.
August 15, 2006
...captures the shifting identity of adolescence, where one day you feel like a glamorous adult, others like a scared child, others still like a grotesquely overweight misfit.
April 1, 2006
November 27, 2005
potentially decent film buried under the thick layers of misanthropy
October 6, 2005
OK, I'll admit it: I've next to no idea what to make of Palindromes, and you know what? I doubt the filmmaker would have a problem with me owning up to it.
September 15, 2005
Most demanding.
September 10, 2005
For all its pompous attempts at seriousness and emotional depth, Palindromes is actually a remarkably shallow affair.
September 8, 2005 all her permutations, may as well be a bug under the director's microscope.
August 30, 2005
[Director Todd] Solondz simply pukes all over the American landscape and all its inhabitants in a nihilistic cinematic chunder...
August 16, 2005
July 21, 2005
Underdeveloped and uneven yet oddly watchable, the gimmicky "Palindromes" once again cements the conceit that nobody makes films quite like Todd Solondz.
June 21, 2005
Todd Solondz's latest provocation is Palindromes, yet another uncomfortable fable of suburban dysfunction, puberty, and statutory rape.
June 17, 2005
Solondz's masterstroke is to have the girl, Aviva, played by eight different actors of varying ages, sizes and races -- a move that should decimate the film's narrative coherence but instead ups its allegorical value immeasurably.
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