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FromTheBalcony
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June 20, 2005

The acting is phenomenal (especially Harris), and the film will be a nice challenge for those in search of one.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Flawed adaptation of Roth's novel isn't for kids.
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Arizona Republic

November 01, 2003

It is hard to buy what The Human Stain is peddling.
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Reno Gazette-Journal

December 17, 2004

One of the most underrated pictures of 2003.
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Salon.com
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November 01, 2003

The Human Stain takes a complex work of literary art and reduces it to tasteful melodrama.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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September 18, 2013

So finely tooled that it feels like it ought to be bound in Morocco leather and placed on a display case in a department store for a last minute Christmas gift.
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Slate
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November 03, 2003

One of those films that makes you say, 'That was powerful. Now what the hell was it about?'
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Bangor Daily News (Maine)
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September 18, 2007

Casting a stain.
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Washington Post

October 31, 2003

Works wonderfully as an actor's movie. The trouble is, that's the only way it works.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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August 02, 2007

Both Nicole Kidman and Anthony Hopkins are vastly miscast in Robert Benton's poor adaptation of Philip Roth's poignant novel, one of the few works about contempo academic battlefields.
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Ebert & Roeper

November 03, 2003

... solid but not great.
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Washington Post

October 31, 2003

The problem is that neither Kidman nor Hopkins seems to know what movie they are in.
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