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Pollock is confident, insightful work--one of the year's best films. Read full review
Like its subject, Pollock is a messy creation, but one whose depth of commitment and high attack keeps it on track. Read full review
Harris convincingly creates one "Pollock" after another over the course of the movie. Read full review
Ed Harris, who plays Pollock and makes his debut as a director - doing both jobs superbly, by the way - is angst incarnate. Read full review
It is a difficult and demanding movie, one that rewards the persevering moviegoer just as Pollock's difficult and demanding paintings ultimately reward the steadfast. Read full review
Renders the juicy bits of the artist's life in two hours of pulsing highlights that suggest a man who never really had any emotional or psychic downtime. Read full review
For all the praise that has been heaped upon it, is a quasisatisfying, half realized vision. Read full review
Several startling depictions of the artist at work make you forget, if only temporarily, the serious shortcomings of the script. Read full review
The dilemma is simple: Living, making art, and then dying does not constitute much of a story. Read full review
The movie falls short of achieving its apparent goal: being the "Raging Bull" of the art world. Read full review
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