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A work of terrific imagination, visceral punch and gothic beauty. Read full review
So cleverly constructed that it's easy to be taken in and believe these twins really rocked. Read full review
This is a very tender portrayal of young people
caught up in a blisteringly fast and cynical world, and though their music is
hideous, they are a compelling act. Read full review
The film is something to see, and when it addresses the mysterious bond connecting creative people, it has an urgent, ugly splendor. Read full review
Despite some excitingly shot concert footage, one scene begins to feel very much like the next, and it's all rather predictable. Read full review
Unnerving. Read full review
What is missing from Brothers of the Head is an equally sturdy connection between form and content. Read full review
Facetious form dictates hollow content in Brothers of the Head. Read full review
"This Is Spinal Tap" took the mockumentary up to 11. Brothers of the Head brings it back down to about four. Read full review
A glumly serious British mock rock doc: You could forgive the paucity of jokes if Brothers of the Head had anything to say, or if the '70s-vérité surface were remotely convincing. Read full review
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