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Whether you know anything about turntablism or not, Scratch makes for fun and informative viewing.
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Pray's subjects can wander off into arcane Dennis Miller-esque rants, but he manages to hit the high points and most of the major personalities.
It's all stitched together with energy, intelligence and verve, enhanced by a surplus of vintage archive footage.
Illuminating if overly talky documentary.
Should appeal to more than just hardcore hip-hop fans.
An engrossing and infectiously enthusiastic documentary.
See Scratch for the history, see Scratch for the music, see Scratch for a lesson in scratching, but, most of all, see it for the passion.
Even as it pays earnest homage to turntablists and beat jugglers, old schoolers and current innovators, Scratch is great fun, full of the kind of energy it's documenting.
Pray has really done his subject justice.
You don't need to be a hip-hop fan to appreciate Scratch, and that's the mark of a documentary that works.
Those moviegoers who would automatically bypass a hip-hop documentary should give "Scratch" a second look.
A determined and carefully made but ultimately unsatisfying effort.
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