Glacier Field LLC | Release Date: May 15, 2002
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Generally favorable reviews based on 22 Ratings
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EPieronekJun 18, 2003
An poor example of money spent on art.
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JohnS.May 16, 2002
The images are eerie and occasionally beautiful. But the film is unsatisfying and boring; you will be fidgeting in your seat after about 15 minutes of his imagery. And this is coming from someone who really enjoys arty, non narrative films.
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PortalStarJul 13, 2003
The movie was terrible. It was too long (3 hours with an intermission), and had vague social themes with no impact. The occasionally beautiful shots almost made the movie worth seeing, but didn't make up for the repetativeness and The movie was terrible. It was too long (3 hours with an intermission), and had vague social themes with no impact. The occasionally beautiful shots almost made the movie worth seeing, but didn't make up for the repetativeness and tedium. There was no speech. Barnes beats his subtle themes into you, when he could have summed up the movie in 15 minutes having spent less money. I think the only reason critics praise it is for fear the art world will think they are not intelligent. To quote a friend, "If I prevent enough people from seeing Cremaster 3, my life will have been worth living." Expand
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ThereseP.Sep 14, 2003
Cremaster= masturbation, white male, pretentious, chauvinistic, and totally overrated.
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MonicaB.Mar 23, 2004
This movie was terribly pretentious and tediously over-drawn. The repetition was suicide-inducing drivel, indeed with vague themes and metaphors that you could only "get" by reading off the website. Take off the lavish, expensive costumes, This movie was terribly pretentious and tediously over-drawn. The repetition was suicide-inducing drivel, indeed with vague themes and metaphors that you could only "get" by reading off the website. Take off the lavish, expensive costumes, sets, and effects, and what you'd get would be a piece of drivel. Expand
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