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May 21, 2009
im inspired but they dont show the film in any movies at all in U.S.A seriously!
February 16, 2009
This movie was pretty pathetic.............
February 15, 2009
esta muy buena viva el che y viva argentina
February 11, 2009
Its called revolution, revolution is a revolution, (armed struggle) prosecution is needed to clense the system. The thousands of people persecuted were criminals, castro exported the rest to the US, he didnt want them. If the criminals were to continue there activities, the society would remain corrupt. Even with social institutions helping, the psycholigical affect of the past left the
January 31, 2009
if we're going to teach history let's also add how George Washington Executed hundreds of his own men after they deserted the continental army. They left the army because the army did not meet their end of the contract which left thousands of colonists unpaid for years.....if we want to dive into history we will find blood on the hands of virtually every world leader.
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The Hollywood Reporter
If this earnest, two-part biopic with a total running time of 268 minutes sometimes lacks cinematic flair, the straight-ahead, chronologically-driven film will inform and, to a somewhat lesser extent, excite viewers everywhere. Full Review
The New York Times
Mr. Soderbergh once again offers a master class in filmmaking. As history, though, Che is finally not epic but romance. It takes great care to be true to the factual record, but it is, nonetheless, a fairy tale. Full Review
Che is a mass of contradictions, perhaps like the iconic revolutionary himself. Full Review
What potentially could have been the greatest asset possessed by Che - its unapologetic length - turns into its greatest detriment. Full Review
The Onion (A.V. Club)
In both halves, Soderbergh emphasizes observation over ideology with an eye toward the mundane details of life on the front lines of a revolution. Full Review