60

Time Out New York

By Joshua Rothkopf
Forgive the film its "Napoleon Dynamite" overquirk; a loving god is watching all, genuflected to on bedroom-wall posters and seen in the film's final five minutes--and if you're not a Rush fan, this is not your movie
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50

Village Voice

The film--despite some successful goofs and a defiantly dorky Phil Collins tribute--can't quite win for trying.
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50

The Hollywood Reporter

As a spoof of against-all-odds sports movies, "Power" has its moments. But for most of its running time, it buys into the feel-good formula, aiming to blend silliness and social issues into an inspirational tale
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50

Variety

Absurdist underdog yarn that feels positively Martian in its brand of tom-tomfoolery. Like a "Saturday Night Live" sketch gone on too long, Ari Gold's feature debut will tax unsuspecting viewers, while sending those on Gold's special wavelength into seizures of delight.
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50

Los Angeles Times

Adventures of Power just may teach the world that, as hard as it is to catch the wind, it's harder still to drum the air.
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50

The New York Times

By Neil Genzlinger
Sprinkled with moderately amusing comic moments, but basically your enjoyment of this film will be proportional to your tolerance for the one-joke phenomenon of air drumming.
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Mostly, though, you'll appreciate Grenier, who approaches this minor project with hilarious and generous abandon.
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30

Austin Chronicle

By Marjorie Baumgarten
Not even the always reliable talents of McKean and Lynch can help pull this comedy out of its ironic slump.
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25

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Barely watchable, despite the presence of such pros as Michael McKean and Jane Lynch.
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39 out of 100
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