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Somehow, this rollicking day in the life of a band of skateboarding Latino punk-rockers doesn't exude the voyeuristic smarm of previous Clark forays. Read full review
Very different than "Kids." Where the earlier film was exhausting in its nihilism, the latest retains a good-natured charm. Read full review
You could think of Larry Clark's Wassup Rockers as "Ferris Velasquez's Day Off." Read full review
The main characters may be refreshingly cliché-free, but almost everyone they meet in Beverly Hills is a stilted cartoon. Read full review
Could have been a spiky culture clash. When it tries to shock us with its alleged realism, though, it is entirely a bore. Read full review
The sexy, scruffy, neo-Warriors pageantry of ghetto teen hunger would have been a lot more vital if Clark didn't have such a class-war chip on his shoulder. Read full review
Ultimately more laughable than illuminating, at times approaching a level of camp commensurate with John Waters. Read full review
Some moments of off-the-cuff beauty aren't enough to mask the creepy heart of Larry Clark's latest look at outcast kids. Read full review
Wassup Rockers is amateurish, but without the redeeming qualities found in "Kids" and "Bully." Read full review
The result is a well-intentioned mess -- a dishonest fantasy that begins with promise and gets more frustrating with every scene. Read full review
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