New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Risks trivializing history and pandering to feminist fantasies, but it may be the year's most fearless movie.
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Mr. Showbiz

By Kevin Maynard
Banderas may have been crazy to make such a heady directorial debut, but it's hard not to be charmed by his ambitions.
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Boston Globe

By Jay Carr
The pieces don't always fit together smoothly, but there's a lot of flavorful work to savor.
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Miami Herald

By Rene Rodriguez
Inadvertently does with the civil rights movement exactly what Banderas set out not to do: trivializes it.
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New York Daily News

By Jami Bernard
Mismatch of tone and material.
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San Francisco Chronicle

By Peter Stack
It's troubling to watch it stray and ramble as first-time director Antonio Banderas struggles to pull disparate elements together.
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USA Today

By Mike Clark
Were some group to launch a rival to the Oscars called The Wackys, it could do worse than make crazed Crazy its first recipient.
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Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
An ungainly fit of three stories that have no business being shoehorned into the same movie.
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Rolling Stone

By Peter Travers
Somehow, Lucille's plight is meant to comment astutely on the civil-rights movement. Now that IS crazy.
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Entertainment Weekly

As campy as a flick by Banderas' evident artistic mentor, Pedro Almódovar.
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46 out of 100
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