Diamantino

critic Reviews

, 86% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Diamantino casts a singularly surreal eye on an ambitious array of subjects, emerging with a cinematic experience as inscrutable as it is unforgettable.
  • , Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Ben SachsChicago Reader
    It's too cannily plotted and self-aware to achieve the sort of gonzo energy one associates with genuine cult items.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    Sweet, wild, and openhearted, Diamantino is as charming as its muddle-headed protagonist.
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    G. Allen JohnsonSan Francisco Chronicle
    "Diamantino" is one of those movies that looks super fun to make but is mind-numbing to actually watch.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Justin ChangLos Angeles Times
    "Diamantino" is no less committed to these ideas than it is to its own uneven, unforgettable lunacy.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Melissa AndersonArtforum
    The sports-celebrity-industrial complex is merely one target of this robust, rollicking satire.
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    Peter SobczynskiRogerEbert.com
    The whole enterprise has a charm to it and it certainly is never boring. Bewildering, maybe, but never boring.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Matthew St. ClairCinema Sentries
    Diamantino has some flawed narrative structures, yet it still thrives thanks to its vibrant genre verve.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Manuel BetancourtRemezcla
    This dazzlingly original feature from longtime collaborators Daniel Schmidt and Gabriel Abrantes skewers its subjects with loving cinematic gusto.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Steven SheehanThe Digital Fix
    What Diamantino lacks in cohesiveness it mostly makes up for with ambition.
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  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Dennis Harvey48 Hills
    There is something to be said for a comedy willing to go broke for surrealism, and that is precisely the thing to be said for this eccentric feature by Gabriel Abrantes and Daniel Schmidt.
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