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Submarine

  • Indiewire  Reviews

    REVIEW | "Submarine" Does "Bridesmaids" One Better, With Style to Spare

    In "Submarine," the directorial debut of British comedian Richard Ayoade, newcomer Craig Roberts turns intense discomfort into fine art. Playing the 15-year-old Oliver Tate, Roberts holds his deer-caught-in-headlights stare from start to finish. Equally intent on landing a girlfriend and saving his ...

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  • Indiewire  Reviews

    Critical Consensus: "Submarine" Leads Strong Batch of Indie Openers (Not To Mention "X-Men")

    After two consecutive weekends of some of Cannes 2011's biggest guns debuting Stateside as essentially the sole specialty options (Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and Terrence Malick's "The Tree of Life"), the indie release calendar gets quite a bit more expansive this weekend. With three releases hailing from last year's Toronto Film Festival and one holdover from Cannes 2010, this Friday sees everything from Richard Ayoade's British coming-of-age comedy "Submarine," Mike Mills' whimsical romantic drama "Beginners," Shawn Ku's take on a high school shooting, "Beautiful Boy," and Cannes 2010's "Film Socialisme," the latest from legendary Fr...

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