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  • Summary: A young woman wakes up at dawn on the handprints and footprints of the famed Chinese Theatre in Hollywood with no idea who she or how she got there. Upon awakening, she wonders if she isn’t, in fact, lost in a dream. And perhaps she is…(Paladin)


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  1. Positive: 1 out of 10
  2. Negative: 5 out of 10
  1. Reviewed by: Mick LaSalle
    Dec 15, 2011
    It's original and poetic, and if you see it you will probably remember scenes from it a year from now, because it's not really like anything else. It's very much its own thing.
  2. Reviewed by: Joe Neumaier
    Apr 15, 2011
    Sometimes a bit of befuddlement is exactly what you need. That's the driving idea behind writer-director Steven Peros' off-kilter, off-the-beaten path comedy, which owes a lot to 1980s indie cinema.
  3. Reviewed by: Ronnie Scheib
    Apr 15, 2011
    Exhibits stray instances of intrigue and wit, and makes nostalgic hay with its enshrinement of old-timers Pippa Scott and H.M. Wynant, but ultimately suggests a too-writerly, over-padded "Twilight Zone" episode.
  4. Reviewed by: Gary Goldstein
    Apr 14, 2011
    This often risible head-scratcher never cracks the surface of its muddled ambitions, largely wasting its iconic settings on a series of motley interactions, Tinseltown trivia and self-conscious philosophizing.
  5. Reviewed by: Jeannette Catsoulis
    Apr 14, 2011
    From its "once upon a time" beginning to the anticlimactic end, Footprints remains fatally lodged in La-La Land.
  6. Reviewed by: Alison Willmore
    Apr 14, 2011
    To give credit where it's due, Footprints makes a game attempt at creating a love letter to a place that may be inherently unlovable: Hollywood Boulevard, in all its faded glory and present-day Hooters/Hard Rock Cafe tackiness.
  7. Reviewed by: John P. McCarthy
    Apr 12, 2011
    The barely coherent Footprints seems bent on erasing any nostalgia one might have for Hollywood's heyday.

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