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It's an absorbing document of an extraordinary act of generosity. Read full review
As the saying goes, I may not know art, but I know what I like. I like this movie. Read full review
It’s a compelling, even stirring, tale. Read full review
Megumi Sasaki's follow-up to her first documentary, 2008's Herb & Dorothy, is as engaging and unpretentious as its subjects. Read full review
Much like a work of art, the film invites a range of reactions, though it’s far easier to process than the daubs, doodles and other weird works that now hang all over the country. Read full review
The democratic nature of the project and its exploration here jibes with the story of the Vogels, who (to put it mildly) don't conform to the stereotype of the filthy-rich art patron. Read full review
Dorothy Vogel is less the soft-spoken housewife from the first film than a businesswoman both shrewd and mousy, and her trajectory affords the film its closest semblance to a story. Read full review
The tangential artist interviews and constant lionizing of the star couple meander, but given how museums between the coasts rely on collectors for life support, 50x50 still acts as a provocative call to arms: Those who love art must support it. Read full review
It’s difficult to dislike a documentary with such noble, generous subjects, but the film is unfocused and repetitious, not sure whether it is a road trip, a story of a couple or an exploration of small art institutions. Read full review
The film's hymn of praise quickly grows cloying, thanks partly to a relentless musical soundtrack. Read full review
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