Sony Pictures Classics | Release Date: May 24, 2002
8.8
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Universal acclaim based on 58 Ratings
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BillB.Aug 7, 2002
This was a completely terrible cinematic exerience. The most boring and terrible moments of my life are far more fun and interesting than the best moments of this film. Emerging from the theater, I was relieved to realize within myself that This was a completely terrible cinematic exerience. The most boring and terrible moments of my life are far more fun and interesting than the best moments of this film. Emerging from the theater, I was relieved to realize within myself that after all, the real world is not as bleak and hopeless and dry as portrayed in "13 Conversations". The messege was weak and un-true, the dialogue clown-like, and the photography dull and sometimes painfull. This is the worst art film that I've seen since The Blair Witch Project. Expand
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DavidC.Aug 7, 2002
Horrible. Yes, Horrible. I have not seen a movie with so little coherence in my life. And I saw Episode II. How could it have gone so badly, so immaturely? How could actors we've trusted make such banal, cruel statements with no payoff? Horrible. Yes, Horrible. I have not seen a movie with so little coherence in my life. And I saw Episode II. How could it have gone so badly, so immaturely? How could actors we've trusted make such banal, cruel statements with no payoff? There are some good actors in this film, but none of them do good acting. Clea Duvall did some nice, simple work. But it is testament to the crappyness of this movie that she was hit by a car within twenty minutes. Crap. Expand
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