(1979)

Critic Reviews

79

Metascore

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100
Village Voice
It remains one of the most wrenching films about adolescent angst, thanks largely to the performance of Phil Daniels.
80
Variety
Sting, as the weekend super-Mod whose image collapses when he's revealed to work as a bellhop, cuts a slick dash in the dancehall sequences.
75
Christian Science Monitor
Roddam's minor but imaginative 1979 movie.
75
Chicago Tribune
Plays more like a gritty, episodic British independent film powered by a soundtrack of Who songs that illuminate the main character's turbulent emotions.
70
New Times (L.A.)
As a document of rockin, youth rebellion, the film lodges perfectly between "American Graffiti" and "Trainspotting."
70
L.A. Weekly
This ode to wrestling one's way out of youth's shell holds up surprisingly well.

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