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CRITICS OF "Slipstream"
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Paste Magazine
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April 12, 2016

Slipstream meanders into some lucidity by film's end, but it remains difficult to determine if it's a work born of genius or madness. The decision lies with the viewer.
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Los Angeles Times
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October 26, 2007

Slipstream is an experiment in visual stream-of-consciousness, but stream-of-consciousness fares better as a literary form than a cinematic one.
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New York Times

October 26, 2007

Slipstream is Anthony Hopkins's third film as a director and his first as a quasi-avant-garde filmmaker working well outside the mainstream.
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Newark Star-Ledger

October 26, 2007

Slipstream ultimately winds up an avant-garde film that just ain't all that avant.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 26, 2007

Leave it to a 69-year-old actor to make the year's most experimental film.
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Filmcritic.com

November 09, 2007

A Hopkins personal vanity project
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Spirituality and Practice

October 28, 2007

A miserable mess of a stream-of-consciousness movie.
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BrandonFibbs.com
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February 28, 2008

Slipstream is utterly unwatchable. I hated every minute of it.
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Combustible Celluloid
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February 29, 2008

Alternately interesting and unwatchable.
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Eye for Film
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October 28, 2007

What would have perhaps made an excellent short subject becomes a cumbersome, confusing and deeply unsatisfying mess of a vanity project.
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New York Post
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October 26, 2007

At 96 minutes, this vanity/insanity project runs a bit long; five minutes would have been plenty.
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AV Club

October 25, 2007

Either one of the most self-indulgent vanity projects in the history of the Hollywood star system, or a rare revealing look at a distinguished actor who usually keeps his real self out of the spotlight.
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