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It's only a state of mind.
Robert De Niro
Academy Award Nominated
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Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay Nominated
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Academy Award for Best Production Design Nominated
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December 18, 1985
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I'm sure I'm in the minority on this, but I found this film to be a dreadful mess. I think Roger Ebert had this film pegged right (although his review is not nearly as harsh as it should have been).
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Hey, it's all opinion, man. I personally think a lot of this film. A good commentary on industry, government and technology.
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This is one strange,weird film. My first time watching it, i wasn't the biggest fan of it. I thought it was messy,convoluted, and way too oddball. But then after some thought it begins to sink in. That's the point. I recommend this film if your looking for a great satire.Delightfully unique film.
While the start is a bit slow, this emerges as one of the best, most imaginative, most captivating, most mindbending movies I have ever experienced.
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I'm with Caesar on this one, this was probably the weirdest film i have ever seen
I love the set design and some of the performances are really good, but I just couldn't ever fully get into the film.