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Falling Down

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Driving by his deep will of celebrating with the birthday of his daughter, an unemployed father, struggles against overcoming the obstacles he faces in his way to his daughter, where he struggles against the traffic jam, that forces him to leave his car in the street, but it is not the end of the problems.
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Groucho Reviews
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June 01, 2009

A heavy-handed potboiler, but as it raises the temperature, it does give cause to consider the line--so easily crossed--between social function and disasterous personal undoing. [Blu-ray]
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Film4
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July 18, 2011

What makes this an innovative film is Joel Schumacher's bold eschewing of the good-guy-verses-bad-guy Hollywood convention.
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

At first comes across like a mean-spirited black comedy and then snowballs into a reasonably powerful portrait of social alienation. The tone is unremittingly dour, however.
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Movie Metropolis
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May 24, 2009

...holds up pretty well today, even if its tone meanders all over the place.
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Newsweek
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March 31, 2008

A real artist could make something incisive or darkly hilarious out of this moral tightrope act. Schumacher, veering recklessly between social satire, kick-ass fantasy and damsel-in-distress melodrama, plays the game for opportunistic cheap thrills.
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TV Guide
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July 18, 2011

These adventures would be offensive if you could take them seriously, so it's probably good that you can't.
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Chicago Reader
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July 18, 2011

None of the characters ever rises beyond the level of his or her generic functions, and by the end the overall emptiness of the conception becomes fully apparent.
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7M Pictures
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January 10, 2010

The character of William Foster (simply called D-Fens in the closing credits) represents an element of our collective id.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

Sometimes funny, sometimes touching, and certainly unnerving.
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Film Freak Central
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December 07, 2009

Atrociously written by actor Ebbe Roe Smith and atrociously directed (it goes without saying) by Joel Schumacher...
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TIME Magazine
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July 18, 2011

Let's face it, there is an element of truth in the character of D-FENS. But it is, finally, tabloid truth.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

It turns one man's slide toward madness into a wickedly mischievous, entertaining suspense thriller.
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