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Upside Down

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It is a different love story, perhaps through which those distant distances are shortened. The story began with Adam and Eden who fall in love as teenagers. Eden and Adam are two living in twin worlds of attraction that go at a very different and varied turn. After ten years of forced separation, these beautiful things may come back and Adam will go looking for lost love to reconnect with his love.
Actors: Alan Fawcett,
Alan Fawcett
Alan Fawcett
Maurane Arcand,
Maurane Arcand
Maurane Arcand
Francine Pilote,
Francine Pilote
Francine Pilote
Don Jordan,
Don Jordan
Don Jordan
Kirsten Dunst,
Kirsten Dunst
Kirsten Dunst 30 April 1982, Point Pleasant, New Jersey, USA
Keir Cutler,
Keir Cutler
Keir Cutler
Carolyn Guillet,
Carolyn Guillet
Carolyn Guillet
Noel Burton,
Noel Burton
Noel Burton
Matt Silver,
Matt Silver
Matt Silver
Cole K. Mickenzie,
Cole K. Mickenzie
Cole K. Mickenzie
Holden Wong,
Holden Wong
Holden Wong
...»
Genre: RomanceDramaFantasy
Director: Juan Solanas
Juan Solanas
Juan Solanas 4 November 1966, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Country: United States
Release: 2012
IMDb: 6.4
Quality:
Duration: 114 min
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April 25, 2013

There is little consistency. As a creator, you cannot tell us one thing and have characters do another without consequence. Upside Down is plagued with those problems, at least in small ways. It is frustrating for the viewer.
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Toronto Star
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April 25, 2013

A Romeo and Juliet story for the age of CGI overkill, Upside Down zigs where it should zag and dulls where it should dazzle.
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New York Post
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March 15, 2013

"Upside Down" is such a gorgeous wreck that I could almost sense Terry Gilliam somewhere muttering, "Wait a minute, I should have been the one to screw up this idea."
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Canada.com
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April 26, 2013

Dunst, a veteran of the famous upside-down Spider-Man kiss, may be used to this, but viewers of the fantasy romance Upside Down may have the dizzy feeling of blood rushing to their heads. What is going on here and, furthermore, why?
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Cinema Signals
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August 19, 2014

An otherworldly framework in which the rules exist to separate the classes until Romeo & Juliet come along to break them with the gravity of romance. If only.
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Globe and Mail
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April 26, 2013

Soon enough the worlds of Up Top and Down Below feel like distractions, CGI Potemkin villages.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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March 15, 2013

Simply put, this is one of the craziest films to come along in a while and I can confidently say that anyone who sees it will either hail it is some kind of crackpot masterpiece or dismiss it as one of the silliest damn things they've ever seen.
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Common Sense Media
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May 03, 2013

A movie that will surely wow audiences with its awesome visuals but floor them with its terrible storytelling.
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TIME Magazine
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March 15, 2013

Absent any emotional grounding, the film is a gorgeous, sterile construction, like a dream city unoccupied by humans.
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June 25, 2013

Upside Down is an interesting mess - coming across mostly as a visual disaster with big dreams and aspirations that never quite pan out.
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Newark Star-Ledger
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March 15, 2013

It doesn't really develop its story, or its themes. It doesn't truly draw out its characters. It evokes no serious emotions. It has - in the end - no gravity.
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