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[Bennett's] quite convincing as she tries to figure out what has gone wrong in her personal life -- and how she can fix it before it is too late.
Some Body smacks of exhibitionism more than it does cathartic truth telling.
As vulgar as it is banal.
In the end there is one word that best describes this film: honest.
You might not want to hang out with Samantha, but you'll probably see a bit of yourself in her unfinished story.
Some Body will take you places you haven't been, and also places you have.
A gripping, searing portrait of a lost soul trying to find her way through life.
Some Body often looks like an episode of the TV show Blind Date, only less technically proficient and without the pop-up comments.
Bennett's naturalistic performance speaks volumes more truth than any 'reality' show, and anybody contemplating their own drastic life changes should watch Some Body first.
To be influenced chiefly by humanity's greatest shame, reality shows -- reality shows for God's sake! -- is a crime that should be punishable by chainsaw.
It's so tedious that it makes you forgive every fake, dishonest, entertaining and, ultimately, more perceptive moment in Bridget Jones's Diary.
Just because it really happened to you, honey, doesn't mean that it's interesting to anyone else.
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