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DVDJournal.com
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April 05, 2006

...On stage, the sprightly teleological riffs and bebop dialogue delight as ends in themselves. Here they're leaden and compromised. What happened?
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Washington Post
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January 01, 2000

Staged as they are here, the jokes and the fourth-wall gamesmanship don't seem as funny as they did on the page.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

As a movie, this material, freely adapted by Stoppard, is boring and endless. It lies flat on the screen, hardly stirring.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Both Oldman and Roth turn in flat and uninspiring performances.
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TV Guide
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July 03, 2008

Unfortunately, Stoppard the director does not match the invigorating brilliance of Stoppard the writer.
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Spirituality and Practice
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July 10, 2003

Tom Stoppard's 1967 morality play has been translated into a high-spirited and well-acted film.
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Flipside Movie Emporium

January 21, 2003

By trying to take advantage of the medium, Stoppard loses track of what makes his work so wonderful. This belongs on the stage.
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Needcoffee.com

August 15, 2003

Probably the best stage to screen adaptation I've ever seen. Essential.
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Nitrate Online

May 13, 2004

Really head-twisting adaptation of the play with fine work from Oldman and Roth.
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Kalamazoo Gazette

July 29, 2002

"belongs on the stage, but for what it is, not bad"
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

As happens at the opera, one usually laughs (if one laughs at all) not because something is funny, but because one has successfully recognized that it is supposed to be funny.
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Film4
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July 03, 2008

A disastrous adaptation of an excellent play.
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