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88
Chicago Sun-Times
What's special about the film is at a deeper level, down where (Tykwer) engages with the souls of his characters.
80
Wall Street Journal
Spellbinding on its own terms, a modernist fable with a madly romantic soul.
75
It's dreary and self-indulgent but has its crystalline moments.
75
Philadelphia Inquirer
Lacks the gimmicky hook that made "Run Lola Run" an arthouse hit, but it doesn't lack for ideas, nor for images that will sweep you up in their boldness and have the resonance of dreams.
75
Chicago Tribune
An unpredictable, mythic tale about haunted outcasts that is both dazzling and disquieting.
75
Christian Science Monitor
Offers much food for thought.
75
New York Post
Vastly more explicit (be warned) and intelligent (than "Angel Eyes"). It also leads to much darker - and more interesting - places.
63
The film has its moments as a mood piece.
63
Boston Globe
Nowhere near as dynamic as the title implies. It's hard not to think of it as ''Sleepwalk Lola Sleepwalk.''
63
New York Daily News
Princess is far more contemplative than "Run Lola Run," far less energized, and the little tricks of fate that made his last film so unique seem like sophomoric affectations here.

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