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One of those rare films so unfathomably ghastly you could write a better one while sitting through its interminable 110 minutes.
Even without the cloud of the recent disturbing developments, United Passions is a cringeworthy, self-aggrandizing affair that mainly benefits from its unintentional camp value.
Comes across as a squirm-inducing heap of propaganda at its most self-congratulatory.
One of the most unwatchable films in recent memory, a dishonest bit of corporate-suite sanitizing that's no good even for laughs.
Tedious, amateurish and hilariously ill-timed ...
The major players uniformly fail to bring their A-games.
Utterly bizarre and heroically dull.
A bloated historical diorama of FIFA office-life highlights. A ghastly, stiff orgy of self-love. It's like watching blank celluloid and hoping a movie will magically appear. Warning: you may consider melon-balling your eyes out.
All that cash flowing into Fifa's coffers, and they spent it on this tripe?
Director Frédéric Auburtin's movie is a mushy, stakes-free drama that attempts to impress all the conventions of biographical cinema upon a self-impressed overview of business world maneuvering and horse-trading.
Deceptive, disgraceful and deplorable...
United Passions is the unintentionally funniest movie of 2015.
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