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The strength of We Are the Freaks is that it never feels like a cookie-cutter teen movie. It is, as the title suggests, an oddity
Edgar's script allows ample room for his young stars to exert their considerable goofball charisma.
We Are the Freaks is a teen movie that declares its intention upfront to subvert the genre and, unfortunately, fails.
This offbeat British drama shows real promise for new filmmaker Justin Edgar, although his relentlessly gimmicky filmmaking style is so attention-grabbing that it makes it nearly impossible to engage with the story or characters.
This tame and tonally chaotic Brit coming-of-ager comes with added smug sense of humour.
[We get] the nagging feeling that the film-makers, like their protagonists, aren't at all sure where they are going or why.
Falling between a satirical social commentary and a full on teen comedy caper - Justin Edgar's We Are The Freaks is chaotic yet maintains a genial spirit and distinct watchability.
As so depressingly often with indie Britfilms, this is a script that wouldn't pass muster for any British TV series.
Mohawked rich kid Chunks (Sean Teale) is alone in leaving an impression, though only by being the most obnoxious one.
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