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CRITICS OF "To Sir With Love (1967)"
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Film4
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May 24, 2003

The film has gone in and out of fashion, but it's old enough now to return to it with a clear eye, and see the strength beneath the kooky sentimentality.
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TV Guide
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August 24, 2010

One factor in the picture's popularity and its sustaining charm is the tuneful title song, which was a top hit for Lulu and is heard throughout the film.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

Incessant Cockney street market vignettes and shots of London buses seem to suggest that it was all primarily intended for American consumption anyway.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

A cozy, good-humored and unbelievable little tale.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

Sydney Poitier at his best; teens and up.
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TIME Magazine
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August 24, 2010

Even the weak moments are saved by Poitier, who invests his role with a subtle warmth.
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Denton Record-Chronicle

November 20, 2003

Sidney Poitier is a beleaguered English teacher in this multi-cultural Mr. Chips
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Chicago Reader
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June 24, 2002

Well-meaning tripe.
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Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

September 11, 2003

Generally effective comedy drama with standout performances.
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Variety
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December 10, 2008

Sidney Poitier stars in an excellent performance.
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Quickflix
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April 28, 2014

Sentimental reflections on an inspirational teacher are often the makings of weak dishwater films, but in James Clavell's To Sir, with Love, a strong cast and an unforgettable title song make this an undeniable classic.
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