Smiley Face Reviews

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November 17, 2011
December 28, 2007
Despite its laid-back script, Smiley Face is as prankishly political as Mr. Araki's Doom Generation...
December 28, 2007
Dylan Haggerty has written an eleventh-hour candidate for the funniest movie of 2007, that Gregg Araki has directed his finest film since 1997's Nowhere, and that Faris, flawless, rocks their inspired idiot odyssey in a virtuoso comedic turn.
December 26, 2007
It's a fittingly loose, shambling little nothing of a comedy that's occasionally inspired, but at least a draft or two short of its potential. Still, it's a pleasure to watch Faris wander slack-jawed through a surreal day in Los Angeles.
December 26, 2007
One shudders to think what Smiley Face might have been with someone like Paris Hilton in the role. But Faris has this character -- a bright, sweet college graduate with a temporarily incapacitated brain -- down perfect.
December 17, 2007
Basically a sketch padded out to feature length, the film constantly hovers on the edge between amiable and annoying.
December 27, 2008
Faris's prodigious comic gifts can only go so far with a one-note premise.
October 22, 2008
A limp, unfunny time-waster.
August 28, 2008
Anna Faris receives a well-deserved spotlight role, and her funniest character to date, in director Gregg Araki's stoner comedy Smiley Face.
August 7, 2008
Smiley Face semble avoir t crit en quatrime vitesse sur un coin de table par un tudiant passant le plus clair de son temps cach fumer autre chose que des cigarettes
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