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Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas
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Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas

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A drug infused journalist and his lawyer are on a quest to have the American dream so they go on a road trip from LA to Las Vegas in the hunt for drugs.
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Urban Cinefile
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May 02, 2012

The film is intensely pretentious, far too clever for its own good.
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EmanuelLevy.Com

July 26, 2012

One of Terry Gilliam's worst films (almost unwatchable)
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Variety

March 26, 2009

Pic serves up a sensory overload without any compensatory reflection on the outlandish and irresponsible behavior on view.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2006

A film of brilliant moments, but sadly less coherent - and, on senses, rather less personal - than most of Gilliam's work.
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Quickflix

November 24, 2014

Unless viewed through the prism of psychedelic habituates, it is unlikely audiences will find much to savour in Gilliam's picture.
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Chicago Reader
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May 02, 2012

It's certainly distinctive, looking at times like Richard Lester put through a postmodernist blender.
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TV Guide
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May 02, 2012

A peculiar and oddly haunting achievement.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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June 18, 2002

It's really a series of sketches on one theme.
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Film4
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May 02, 2012

Bizarre, unpredictable yet strangely alluring.
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Entertainment Weekly
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September 07, 2011

(Gilliam's) vision is too reflexively comic to evoke the shadows of dread in Thompson's writing.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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January 01, 2000

If you encountered characters like this on an elevator, you'd push a button and get off at the next floor. Here the elevator is trapped between floors for 128 minutes.
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