Buffalo 66 Synopsis
A released convict (Vincent Gallo) involves a teen (Christina Ricci) in his schemes.
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100

San Francisco Chronicle

By Bob Graham
All bets are off. For my money, Vincent Gallo wins the Triple Crown of indie filmmaking -- for writing, directing and starring in Buffalo...
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100

Time

By Richard Schickel
This says nothing about Gallo's own demonic charm as Billy or his directorial boldness in juxtaposing the emotional surreality of his story...
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100

Entertainment Weekly

It's all somehow both familiar and dazzling, just as Ricci's kidnapped tap student, forced to pose as the protagonist's wife for his...
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80

Film Threat

By Ron Wells
Gallo transcends the medium in a manner I only associate with David Lynch. It's brilliantly spooky.
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78

Austin Chronicle

By Marc Savlov
In the end, it's a love story after all, but a peculiarly Gallocentric one -- cheap, nasty, but salvageable nonetheless.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Plays like a collision between a lot of half-baked visual ideas and a deep and urgent need. That makes it interesting…and the film...
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75

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Gallo's script is quirky and filled with a number of hilariously strange comic moments.
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50

The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

By Liam Lacey
By turns raw, naturalistic and indebted to John Cassavetes, both stylistically and thematically.
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40

TV Guide

By Maitland McDonagh
Gallo's poor, poor pitiful me routine wears very thin, very fast, but Ricci is incandescent, a softly-glowing dumpling of a dream-girl in...
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38

San Francisco Examiner

By
The movie is an ill-advised work of egomania by someone who clearly has some talent, but not as much as he seems to think.
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