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Deliriously expressionistic visually and aurally. Read full review
The most amazing thing about this amazing movie may be that in the end it communicates the large uncertainties and small hopes of a twisted, inarticulate adolescent boy perfectly, and wordlessly. [14 Oct 1983] Read full review
I thought Rumble Fish was offbeat, daring, and utterly original. Read full review
A triumph of romantic impulse over stylistic indulgence. [21 Oct 1983] Read full review
The stunning black-and-white cinematography in Francis Coppola's Rumble Fish functions rather like a cold compress, subduing a film that is otherwise all feverish extremes. Read full review
Rumble Fish is the messiest, most provocative inkblot of the year. Read full review
Rumble Fish is another Francis Coppola picture that's overwrought and overthought with camera and characters that never quite come together in anything beyond consistently interesting. Read full review
The action is clotted and murky, and Coppola obviously hasn't bothered to clarify it for the members of his cast, who wander through the film with expressions of winsome, honest befuddlement. Read full review
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