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CRITICS OF "Modigliani"
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Los Angeles Daily News

May 13, 2005

Director Mick Davis shows little if any imagination in presenting the troubled genius or the remarkable Montparnasse art scene of the World War I era, and that's the real bummer.
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New Times

July 07, 2005

No one expected a documentary, but serious art-history students may feel let down.
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Newark Star-Ledger

July 01, 2005

Modigliani is slow, shamefully cliched and disjointed as a cubist portrait.
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Filmcritic.com

May 11, 2005

Modigliani's problems lie in its contentment with superficial clichés
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New York Post

July 01, 2005

Thanks to writer-director Mick Davis, the film, like its subject, dies young.
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Boston Phoenix
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October 29, 2005

Just another artistic sacrifice to life's ironies, cruelties, and bad filmmakers.
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Time Out
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August 16, 2007

Instead of trying to provide insight into this genius's debilitating madness, Davis prefers to wallow in incoherent and clichéd misery, punctuated by poetically oblique imagery.
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TV Guide
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July 01, 2005

The real-life Modigliani did indeed live a short, tragic life, but this factually inaccurate, plodding film makes it feel twice as long.
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New York Daily News

July 01, 2005

It's hard to take this oddball movie seriously, right down to the undisguised streetwise-American accent of Andy Garcia as the Italian Jew Amedeo Modigliani.
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Slant Magazine
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June 28, 2005

It ain't pretty but you have a choisa: See Modigliani or rent Derek Jarman's Caravaggio instead.
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New York Observer

July 07, 2005

A film of vitality, with imagery as haunting and romantic as it is intense.
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New York Times

June 30, 2005

The best and maybe the only use to be made of the catastrophic screen biography Modigliani is to serve as a textbook outline of how not to film the life of a legendary artist.
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