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Review by Susan Wloszczyna
Eugenio Derbez's attempt to seduce U.S. audiences with a cheesy bilingual spoof of an ethnic stereotype long past its expiration date.
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Review by Godfrey Cheshire
Nothing here deserves to be characterized as morbid. Indeed, quite the opposite.
Review by Christy Lemire
An ambitious genre mash-up about a young street magician that pulls off a nifty bit of trickery itself.
Review by Brian Tallerico
Whereas crime docs typically seek to offer everything that is known about a crime, Casting JonBenet proves how little we will ever understand about that night.
Review by Glenn Kenny
A genuinely noteworthy picture that deserves an audience.
Review by Nick Allen
An incredibly tactful tragicomedy from debut writer/director Asaph Polonsky.
Review by Tomris Laffly
Bezmozgis manages to summon something richer out of this tale you might temporarily feel you've been told before.
Review by Sheila O'Malley
A genre film hampered in a muddy underwater mood, and while there are some startling twists and turns, it never quite lifts itself out of its malaise.
It's not involving; it's not scary; it's just kind of miserable.
The hazy narrative is about as compelling as one of those overwrought designer perfume commercials starring an overdressed brand-name actress.
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