100

Christian Science Monitor

By David Sterritt
Masterly by any measure.
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100

Film Threat

Masculine, Feminine could be viewed as Godard's reaction to his own success and the state of the world around him.
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100

Chicago Tribune

By Michael Wilmington
One of the quintessential '60s foreign art films, a bizarre melange of pop music, revolution, sex, movie allusions and poetry. It's a masterpiece of sorts by one of the most important European filmmakers of that era. But it's also a movie that can drive you crazy.
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100

Village Voice

By J. Hoberman
Directed by anyone else, Masculine Feminine--one of three movies that Godard made in his peak year, 1966--would be a masterpiece. For the young JLG it's business as usual.
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91

Portland Oregonian

By Shawn Levy
One of the most alluring and bizarre shapes that Godard's itchy search for truth and meaning took in those heady long-ago days. In comparison, most Hollywood movies are like tiddlywinks.
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88

Boston Globe

By Ty Burr
Remains worth seeing as an achingly nostalgic farewell to youthful idealism, tinged with a kind of loving contempt.
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80

TV Guide

Jean-Luc Godard visited the world of young folk to create his most humane film. (Review of Original Release)
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75

San Francisco Chronicle

By Ruthe Stein
The film has aged gracefully.
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75

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

By William Arnold
It's cumulatively entertaining, and a fascinating and nostalgic time capsule of its era. Watch for the cameo by Brigitte Bardot.
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75

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Godard works with a bright style and a sense of humor and his pictures leave a cumulative impression. (Review of Original Release)
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92 out of 100
Universal acclaim
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