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  • Summary: This crime thriller centers on a boy with a photographic memory and his social worker as they struggle to return a large sum of stolen cash.


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  1. Positive: 5 out of 10
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  1. Reviewed by: Joe Leydon
    Evidencing savvy visual flair and compelling storytelling skill, Goyer infuses heart and vigor into material that could have come off as overly familiar at best, sappily improbable at worst.
  2. 80
    ZigZag rests heavily on Jones III's sensational turn as the lead character. Capable of drawing empathy without pity from an audience, his ZigZag is the unlikely constant in a world swirling with change and intrigue.
  3. The greatest strength of this modest production is Jones. ZigZag's autism is mild, meaning his symptoms are subtle, and the 19-year-old novice is completely convincing.
  4. 50
    A great ensemble cast can't lift this heartfelt enterprise out of the familiar.
  5. Might have been richer and more observant if it were less densely plotted. The characters would resonate more if there were fewer of them, and if they were not pushed through so many contrived dramatic incidents.
  6. 50
    The character of ZigZag is not sufficiently developed to support a film constructed around him.
  7. Either a put-on or a straight shooter; that you can't tell the difference underscores its small but ultimately overwhelming flaws.

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