(2000)

Critic Reviews

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Metascore

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83
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
Pleasantly modest, endearingly etched and briskly set to a pounding beat.
80
Newsweek
Lively, likable and refreshingly unsensationalistic about the drugs and sex that come with the territory, this techno-propelled mash note to the rave spirit sticks to the surface.
78
Austin Chronicle
A fun, well-assembled and -performed slice of life that requires no special affinity with the subject matter in order to -- ahem -- get one's groove on.
75
What's infectious about Groove is the friendly, almost innocent way that its brat pack of digital-age bohemians seek liberation in a world where there is nothing left to rebel against.
70
Chicago Reader
Divided into sections bracketed by the arrival of each new DJ and is enlivened by the edgy yet trendy environment.
70
Dallas Observer
As a musical feast, Groove works well. As a celebration of tribal ritual, it's even better.
63
Baltimore Sun
Has a sweetness to it that's irresistible, and its techno, trance and jungle soundtrack is as infectious and hypnotic as a contact high.
50
New York Daily News
If you're a rave virgin, it'll more likely make you feel like the guest nobody invited. And why would you pay nine bucks for that?
50
A sweet-natured ode to rave culture saddled with a ridiculously clichéd plot line.
25
Philadelphia Inquirer
Unfortunately, it lacks a compelling story or characters of any complexity.

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