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The film has no shortage of talent in front of the camera to make it one of this year's most overlooked but satisfactory films.
‐ Patrick Crossen,
Robin Hood seems to have a set of requirements to meet, and it gives the bare minimum when meeting them.
Song of the Seais a film that I often find myself thinking about; be it the haunting score or its beautiful mosaic-styledanimation, it seems to always be lurking in the recesses of my brain. It's a film of heart, lessons, and emotion.
There's no point to prolonging the inevitable, except to pad the movie out to its barely feature-length run time.
‐ Tasha Robinson,
An essential entry in early-'80s independent American cinema, Suburbia receives a radical Blu-ray upgrade from Shout! Factory, along with a pair of commentaries worth hearing in full.
‐ Clayton Dillard,
Based to a great degree on William Shakespeare's much-filmed Taming of the Shrew, 10 Things I Hate About You is without question the teen movie to watch with your best girl or yarn carrying grandma.
‐ IGN Staff,
The Kid Who Would Be King
is Certified Fresh!