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The Beach

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There is a young, nicotine-ridden young man named Richard, who is a fan of pop culture. That guy looks different, he likes video games and Vietnam War movies fantastically. While in a hotel in Bangkok, Richard found a map left by his stranger. That map leads to a mythical island paradise where some other evil spirits settle. On a trip that is the strangest to Richard, who seems to be in trouble with what is happening next to his other friends.
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Entertainment Today
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February 17, 2003

Three-fifths of a great movie sunk by a crucial tonal misstep. A cross between Lord of the Flies, Swiss Family Robinson and Apocalypse Now.
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April 24, 2005

By attempting to combine elements of mystery, adventure, action and romance, 'The Beach' becomes too jumbled to follow with much interest.
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May 11, 2001

The Beach, designed to provoke audiences, stops for too many Hollywood moments to get the job done.
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February 08, 2003

...Riddled with bizarre contrivances and unlikely scenarios.
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New York Post

January 01, 2000

Leo is surprisingly masculine, charming and effective in this stylish, gorgeous, but clumsily structured Nintendo-generation update of Lord of the Flies.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 23, 2007

A mad assemblage of earlier, better bungle-in-the-jungle stories.
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April 06, 2010

A narrative that tries to juggle thriller elements, tons of pop culture imagery, and way too much philosophical baggage.
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March 28, 2005

A brilliant example of changing the material to suit the medium without losing the message.
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January 01, 2000

The Beach taps into something powerful that can't be overwhelmed by individual moments of silliness.
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Combustible Celluloid
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June 23, 2003

While it thumped along, I had plenty of time to ponder the other and better movies that it reminded me of.
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March 22, 2002

Ultimately, it seems more bland than bad.
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San Jose Mercury News

January 01, 2000

DiCaprio especially is to be congratulated. He proves once again he's more than just another pretty face.
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