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|Release Date Crystal Fairy Jul 12, 2013 Limited Genres Crystal Fairy : Comedy|
|Total Vote User Crystal Fairy : Visitor|
|User Ranting Crystal Fairy : 3.4|
|User Percentage For Crystal Fairy : 88 %|
|User Count Like for Crystal Fairy : 1,355|
|All Critics Ranting For Crystal Fairy : 6.6|
|All Critics Count For Crystal Fairy : 26|
|All Critics Percentage For Crystal Fairy : 81 %|
Actors For Crystal Fairy
|Michael Cera,Gaby Hoffmann,Juan Andrés Silva,José Miguel Silva,Agustín Silva|
Crystal Fairy Movie Review
|The ending sneaks up on you with a surprising bit of emotional catharsis, thanks largely to a brave, complex performance from former child star Gaby Hoffmann. |
Scenic, short and slight, the film manages to avoid the tendency to make these sort of big-screen excursions more tedious than actual road trips.
Betsy Sharkey-Los Angeles Times
We already knew that jerks aren't necessarily interesting. Nor is watching footage of other people doing drugs.
Kyle Smith-New York Post
[This] trippy comic odyssey may not be for everyone. But Crystal Fairy gives off fumes that deliver a indisputable high.
Peter Travers-Rolling Stone
[A] small, lovely road movie ...
Stephen Holden-New York Times
On paper, this all sounds like a nightmare for any sober viewer. But Silva keeps things on the right path, deftly digging into overlooked corners of the American psyche.
Elizabeth Weitzman-New York Daily News
A perplexing movie that does certain things so well you can mostly forgive it for the things it doesn't. Mostly.
Very sloppy drama about a young American drug tourist in Chile determined to find a mescaline-rich cactus in the country's remote north offers nothing beyond beach and desert scenery and plenty of totally gratuitous Gaby Hoffmann nudity.
Doris Toumarkine-Film Journal International
A witty riff on the ugly American...Further proof that Cera has a lot more range (and daring) than haters give him credit for.
Marshall Fine-Hollywood & Fine
Offbeat, well-acted dramedy about search for hallucinogen.
S. Jhoanna Robledo-Common Sense Media
Even with shaggy, semi-improvised projects like Crystal Fairy, there's a need for some kind of conclusion, and Silva devises one that's simultaneously terribly contrived and by far the most powerful scene in the movie.
Scott Tobias-The Dissolve
The film gains a ramshackle quality that's difficult to resist.
A.A. Dowd-AV Club
While the film is loose, there's never a moment where you're taken out of the picture by realizing the actors might not know where they're heading next.
Cory Everett-The Playlist
The comedic styles of Chilean director Sebastián Silva and Michael Cera couldn't have less in common.
Gaby Hoffmann attacks the character of Crystal Fairy with wild abandon, vigor, and tons of emotional investment - all solidifying her as one of the most interesting on-screen personalities to appear this year.
Matt Donato-We Got This Covered
There's so much baggage involved in the kind of dilettantish games Jamie and Crystal are playing that it's a shame that the film never fully engages with these enticing issues.
Jesse Cataldo-Slant Magazine
The movie actually plays not unlike the all-night hallucinatory drug experience that its characters seek - there are some ups and downs but the crash comes long before the sun comes up.
Brian Tallerico-Film Threat
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