Miramax Films | Release Date: August 2, 2002 CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION
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Mixed or average reviews based on 37 Critics
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15
Mixed:
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That's all Full Frontal is: a brilliant gag at the expense of those who paid for it and those who pay to see it.
67
Feels like a tonic for its makers, a means of clearing the palate after a series of rich meals. For viewers who appreciate risks, it should be just as refreshing.
50
Wall Street JournalNancy deWolf Smith
The medium really is the message here, and it steals what there is of the show.
25
In this film, Soderbergh appears to judge the actors by how well they spew or swallow bile.
20
Full Frontal is the sort of arbitrary mess that gives experimentation a bad name. The news that the movie was shot on digital video and film in eighteen days, and that the actors drove themselves to the set and applied their own makeup, would have made a nice Sunday Times story if the movie were any good. But it isn't. [5 August 2002, p. 80]