Mixed or average reviews - based on 16 Critics

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  2. Negative: 0 out of 16
  1. 80
    Filmmaker Ron Mann and actor/activist Woody Harrelson have followed up their hilarious 2000 documentary "Grass" with the equally amusing Go Further.
  2. A highly entertaining form of ecological agitprop--radical but accessible.
  3. Reviewed by: Walter Addiego
    Actor Woody Harrelson is in his full activist mode in this low-key and loose documentary.
  4. Reviewed by: Kevin Crust
    Amusing and informative.
  5. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    Unquestioning agitprop for vegetarianism, hemp fiber, solar energy, sustainable organic living and other causes espoused by actor-activist Woody Harrelson.
  6. A warmly spirited travel diary of a movie.
  7. 67
    Overall, the trip successfully embodies the spirit of the original Magic Bus man, Ken Kesey, whom these modern-day pranksters visit in a poignant scene filmed just months before his death.
  8. Offbeat, engaging documentary.
  9. Reviewed by: Dana Stevens
    Mr. Harrelson seems appealingly goodhearted, but his naïve idealism leaves him always on the edge of self-parody.
  10. Whether Mann's film will make a difference, however, is another question. He devotes little time to really exploring the issues, leaving the film a patchwork of assertions that, while they may be true, have to be taken on faith.
  11. Meant to be a romp in the old Ken Kesey tradition, it's more like a dull drive with a bunch of leftover flower children.
  12. Reviewed by: Jorge Morales
    Go Further meanders--narratively as well as geographically--all over the map.
  13. 40
    Without the actor’s name and amiably demented grin, Go Further would be an unspeakably tedious and preachy travelogue. With them, this insupportably long home movie, unremarkably directed by Ron Mann, is merely dull.
  14. 40
    Like much of Mann's work, it's an unabashed love letter to the counterculture. But this time out, Mann has made an unintentionally vicious satire of the fuzzyheaded self-intoxication and impracticality of the progressive left, a film that's far more scathing than anything Tom Wolfe could dream up.
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  1. AngelinaD.
    Nov 4, 2005
    Everyone should see this movie.