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The Tomatometer is 59% or lower.
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With a made-up language, Dominic asserts, he can "describe paradoxical situations, impossible to express in any existing language." This might be one way to describe Youth Without Youth, a movie conceived as a kind of insular language%u2014convolut
Although it's easy to admire what [Coppola] was attempting to do with Youth Without Youth, the movie fails on such a thorough and complete level that to call it a noble attempt isn't really fair: It's really a colossal miscalculation.
Not so much a bad movie as a dispiritingly unnecessary one (especially by a once-great director), Youth Without Youth ultimately boils down to a long, autumn stroll around the block to a place everyone winds up at some time or another.