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Catfish

Rated PG-13 for some sexual references.

PG-13 In Theaters 09/17/2010 , 94min.
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Viewer Score
96%
Viewer score based on 570 ratings
65%
Critic score based on 29 reviews

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November 30, 2012
adah989
your film rocks! marta heflin
January 27, 2011
RFitsnugly
THE LAST COMMENT SUCKS AS MUCH AS THE MOVIE DID.
January 07, 2011
PetalsofSeven
I think this film was well done and deals with a very prevalent reality of people falsifying who they really are on these social network sites and the hurt that can cause. I even felt sorry for the woman involved as it seemed her false identity was the only way she could escape the reality of her suckish life.
December 03, 2010
BryantRivers17
So I dont understand how anyone says this movie was any good at all. There is a reason it says dont let anyone tell you about this movie.. cause if they did you wouldnt waste an hour and a half of your life watching it.. I truely have never been so mad after watching a movie.. if I was an animal abuser I would kick the **** out of my cat right now.. Im
October 24, 2010
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Variety
Though editor Zac Stuart-Pontier assembles the sprawling personal journey into swift and suspenseful shape, it helps immensely that Nev is such a charming screen presence. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
When the going gets weird, Hunter S. Thompson used to say, the weird turn pro, but these filmmakers never transcend their own amateurism. They turn what could have been a brilliant exploration of the hidden corners of contemporary reality into an opportunity for gawking and condescension. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
Even in an increasingly virtual world, the filmmakers suggest, keeping it real still matters. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
To avoid revealing too much and spoiling a fresh and intriguing experience, let's just say this: Catch Catfish. Full Review
David Edelstein
New York Magazine
Although Catfish is opportunistic, even borderline exploitive, it gets at-by indirection, through the back door-the magic-carpet aspect of this scary new medium. Real people are so complicated and irreducible, you know? Full Review
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