Washington Heights (2002)
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Critic Reviews for Washington Heights
Considering the money this film cost to make, its short shooting schedule, and its unpandering ethnic content, it's a triumph.
A promising debut that makes us anticipate this Columbia University film grad's sophomore work.
Buoyed by strong performances from Perez and Miami-resident Milian, Washington Heights overcomes the familiarity of its premise through its passion and conviction.
Washington Heights is sloppy and often undernourished, but it convincingly creates a neighborhood throbbing with activity and caring.
Deserves a wide audience hungry for sympathetic, three-dimensional people caught up in something bigger than themselves.
Washington Heights may not always be great, but director Alfredo de Villa lights an undeniable fire in the movie's belly.
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