|Warner Bros. Pictures | Release Date: March 14, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
The kind of movie some audiences are starved for, a comedy with a human face, warmth and spirit.
Cannily weaving cross-cultural comedy with we-can-do-it humor in the spirit of "The Full Monty," the film builds to a rousing climax.
Appropriate music, lovely cinematography and stellar performances by both a subtly moving Neill and a likable, barrel-chested super-American Warburton.
Apollo 11's mission was a singular chapter in the story of mankind; The Dish finds a whimsical, winning way of telling it anew.
Amusing, compelling and technologically fascinating tale.
Warm, wry, endearing.
It was a time in history eminently worth celebrating on film.
A disarming helping of Capra-esque corn served up by writer-director Rob Sitch.
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