|Artisan Entertainment | Release Date: March 3, 2000||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
A thoroughly absorbing, even transfixing, journey to a future that may already be upon us.
A purely cinematic experience. You've got to see it, in other words, to understand.
An ultra-violent cinematic rendering which will appeal to those moviegoers who like their action dramas laced with nice touches of meta-physicality and left-of-center humor.
It's fun, but not obvious fun.
So filled with amusing, idiosyncratic touches and unexpectedly charming characters that you mostly don't mind its excesses.
The movie is still too solemn.
Likable, but frustratingly lazy, Ghost Dog has coolness running all through it, but little substance.
Jarmusch has never seemed quite this baffling -- or quite this dull.
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