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Across the Universe

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This story tells about a real background we live through the Beatles and the Vietnam War, which seems to have greatly influenced the lives of some. The story began during the Vietnam War on a romantic background through a love story between a top-class American girl and another poor artist from Librebodlian.
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Rossiter Drake

April 10, 2008

'Across the Universe' is whimsical silliness, imaginatively constructed but precious and gratingly excessive.
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David Nusair
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November 06, 2008

Visually and thematically audacious...
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Peter Travers

October 03, 2007

[A] visionary attempt to wed a story of young love and 1960s war protest to the Lennon-McCartney catalog.
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Amy Biancolli
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September 28, 2007

...Julie Taymor's rhapsodic mash note to John, Paul, George and Ringo falls just short of breathtaking.
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Michael Dequina
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March 29, 2009

The actors all do considerable justice to the Fab Four's classics, but they are ultimately failed by Taymor's neglect of actual story.
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Jonathan F. Richards
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October 19, 2007

...the long and winding road that is Julie Taymor's opulent, eye-filling, and disappointingly uninvolving musical extravaganza...
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Wesley Lovell
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September 30, 2008

A marvelous visual experience that works even for non-Beatles fans.
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Tom Long
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September 28, 2007

Across the Universe is a classic example of ambition exceeding execution.
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Dan Jardine
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August 02, 2008

chooses cheesy and nostalgic mis-en-scene over meaningful engagement with the musical material. A terrible disappointment.
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Lisa Kennedy

October 05, 2007

Across the Universe isn't beholden to any stage incarnation. It owes its vision to the vibrant imagination of its director, who created a musical that reminds us how cultural-political events can change our tune.
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Terry Lawson

September 28, 2007

Most of the songs are performed in such saccharine style and staged so literally that they almost seem like they belong in a Broadway show. That's a very bad thing.
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