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Science Fair offers further proof that real-life academic competition can make for effortlessly entertaining - and ultimately uplifting - cinema.
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Science Fair may not necessitate a big-screen experience, but there are far lesser ways to spend your study break.
"Science Fair" is a celebration of intellect and kids who want to improve the world. Turns out science is pretty cool, after all.
The milieu is intense, the stakes are high, and the science prodigies themselves are fascinating.
There's a certain amount of tension in the proceedings but, as various participants point out, what counts isn't so much winning as it is having the experience.
High marks for skill and clarity of presentation - it's a real crowd pleaser. But if you want to win Best Documentary in Show, you need to push a little harder - take a risk, and hope you've convinced the audience to pay attention.
It's a movie that traffics in a rare commodity: hope for the future.
They should have cut 2 of the students to make it tighter but still good film.
The film's true virtue, then, is its tireless sense of optimism...
a true crowd-pleaser
A winning and utterly entertaining look at the joys of education and the sheer importance science plays in our everyday lives.
The drama, exhilaration, defeat, wins and spectrum of emotion is real. The outcome matters as these teenagers will certainly help shape our futures.
The film is fascinating, and delivers a welcome pro-science message from a country that sometimes seems to be sliding toward a new Dark Age. But there's a distinct lack of tension in the competition.
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