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Empire Magazine
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February 04, 2013

Despite its thriller hook, Blow-Up is less a mystery than a portrait of swinging alienation.
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The Spectator
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April 11, 2016

This remains a failure for which I would trade ten successes: a totally absorbing experience on the screen, a film of deceptive, tricky surfaces and cold perceptions.
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Chicago Reader
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July 31, 2007

This is so ravishing to look at (the colors all seem newly minted) and pleasurable to follow (the enigmas are usually more teasing than worrying) that you're likely to excuse the metaphysical pretensions.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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March 29, 2011

Antonioni's first English-speaking film is a seminal work of the 1960s, reflecting swinging London as well as dealing with voyeurism, artists' social responsbilities and other relevant issues.
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Variety
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July 31, 2007

There may be some meaning, some commentary about life being a game, beyond what remains locked in the mind of film's creator, Italian director-writer Michelangelo Antonioni. But it is doubtful that the general public will get the 'message' of this film.
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TheFilmFile.com
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April 10, 2017

At once provocative and mystifying, dazzlingly immersive and utterly remarkable.
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Village Voice
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February 04, 2013

A prize '60s artifact, Michelangelo Antonioni's what-is-truth? meditation on Swinging London is a movie to appreciate -- if not ponder.
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ColeSmithey.com
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August 22, 2015

Michelangelo Antonioni's first English language film is an allegorical murder mystery whose abstract parameters delineate a society where images are more important, and lasting, than reality.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

As often with Antonioni, a film riddled with moments of brilliance and scuppered by infuriating pretensions.
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Total Film
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February 04, 2013

Inspiring everyone from Francis Ford Coppola to Mike Myers, Michelangelo Antonioni's arty thriller remains an absorbing, eerie enigma.
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The New Republic
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February 04, 2013

In Blow-Up [Antonioni] smothers this conflict in the kind of pompous platitudes the press loves to designate as proper to "mature," "adult," "sober" art.
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New York Observer

June 07, 2006

The natural world is arrayed against the artificial scene; conscience is deployed against convention. If you've never seen Blow-Up, see it now, if only to see what part of the world was like 40 years ago.
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