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Grandes héroes es una hilarante animación con sobra de corazón sobre un grupo de héroes en proceso.
‐ Julio Fernando Navas,
A wasted opportunity of a movie that tries to shamelessly pander to a fan base it clearly doesn't actually understand. Flashes of excellence that never materializes into anything more than fleeting moments.
‐ John Campea,
The John Campea Show
Irónicamente, la ola de muerte levantada por las diez plagas le da algo de vida a la película, pero es algo meramente visual como ver el agua transformarse en sangre o a una manada de cocodrilos comerse entre sí.
With this dynamic and balanced restoration, Criterion makes a significant case for Panique as one of the most moving and beautiful of unjustly neglected noirs.
‐ Chuck Bowen,
Brian De Palma's showy Vertigo tribute gets a significant A/V upgrade, highlighting the dreamy haze of Vilmos Zsigmond's cinematography and Bernard Herrmann's score better than any home-video release of the film to date.
‐ Jake Cole,
M. Night Shyamalan's film is aimed at an audience from whom he cringingly craves fealty.
‐ Keith Uhlich,