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As written this article looks like little more than a tirade against the film. POV is presented as facts without any references cited to support it, aspects and meanings of the film that viewers have debated are presented here with only one (disputed) interpretation mentioned, and the article consists of about 80% criticism of the film. Needs either a complete rewrite, or somebody to go through and edit out the POV and factual inaccuracies and add a discussion of the different interpretations of the film to balance out the one already discussed. Kaibabsquirrel 1 July 2005 08:41 (UTC)
I do not see any factual faults with the film. By all accounts I have ever seen the film was a financial bomb, film critics had little good to say about it and gay critics saw it as bigoted.
- Thanks, the rewrite looks a whole lot better. Kaibabsquirrel 2 July 2005 21:00 (UTC)
There was no image in the infobox, so I added an image of the original poster. Unfortunately, the one I retrieved from impawards.com has some rather unsightly folds. If someone could locate an original poster image in better shape I would appreciate it. Thanks. Reimelt 17:56, 7 July 2006 (UTC)
I agree with the comments made above. For full disclosure, I really enjoyed the film, but this article is so impartial it acts as one part spoiler and two-parts rant. It needs some serious editing. Daveworksunion 17:35, 2 November 2007 (UTC)
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