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Has a few weak points but still manages to convey a satisfying underdog tale.
With the debate over America's unresolved immigration policies at fever pitch these days, the inspiring documentary "Underwater Dreams" makes for quite the timely entry.
Modest yet meaningful, "Underwater Dreams" has a political point of view, shining light on underground Americans who deserve recognition.
The film is dismayingly formless, every point is made too many times, and there's too little drama or revelation here.
Inspiring story about an underdog high school robotics team.
Underwater Dreams unfurls as a cautious American fable of sorts.
As captivating as it is important, Mary Mazzio's seemingly modest tract about immigration achievement grabs you by the heart, as it grows and grows into something big and vital.
It is a powerful, inspirational film which demonstrates there is a vast untapped reservoir of human potential in this country.
As an underdog competition film, it lacks suspense yet wins in personality. When it becomes an issue doc focused on immigration, though, is where it's most triumphant.
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