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A potty and potty-mouthed junior-high school musical that is by turns both energetic and slack.
Camp often means a lack of feeling and generalized disdain; not so in "Spork," which has as much heart as "Sixteen Candles."
As uplifting stories of tolerance and self-discovery go, "Spork" has a messy appeal, but it's no "Hairspray."
Ghuman might have managed to salvage the film from its weak script if he'd had a firmer grasp on tone, and a better melding of the mish-mash of pop culture references.
For all its poignancy, "Spork" never loses sight of its goal to be zesty, sharp-witted fun.
A quirky, imaginative and outrageously funny little movie that will speak to more of us than any of us would like to admit.
A laboriously quirky, low-fi coming-of-age comedy that's basically a gender-inverted rip-off of Napoleon Dynamite, plus a few bells and whistles, and minus the tater tots and actual humor.
Proof positive that hermaphrodites are people deserving of Hollywood endings, too!.
Never feels authentically out-there because it still more or less toes the line of every teen comedy from Welcome to the Dollhouse to Mean Girls.
"Glee" has a helluva lot to answer for if it was in any way responsible for this irritating teen mess.
If Napoleon Dynamite's Napoleon and Deb lived happily ever after and had a kid, that kid might be Spork.
I made it 5 minutes into attempting to watch. I just couldn't do it...
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