Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
James Marsh's documentary raises the bar for the genre to skyscraper height. Read full review
The sight is magical and heartbreaking in equal measure. Look, the movie says: Where so many would fall, a man walks on air. Read full review
The film itself is perfectly poised between artistry and audacity. It's beautiful. Read full review
The gorgeous music includes Ralph Vaughan Williams' wafting tone poem ''The Lark Ascending'' -- apt in describing an artist who might well be part bird. Read full review
Man on Wire is about the vanquishing of the towers by bravery and joy, not by terrorism. Read full review
Delightful. Read full review
He had the fearlessness of a 104-story man and something more than a daredevil's brass. Read full review
Engrossing and exhilarating documentary. Read full review
As suspenseful as a full-blown thriller. Read full review
History has made his midair stroll meaningful, but the film shows how even then, everyone - from Petit to his accomplices to the cops who were waiting for him atop the North Tower - recognized the stunt's crazy poetry. Read full review
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