(2000)

Critic Reviews

65

Metascore

Based on 31 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
90
L.A. Weekly
We're afforded the illusion of an omniscience so complete as to mark a pioneering breakthrough in movie storytelling, one not to be missed.
75
Boston Globe
Like a good supermarket tabloid, Time Code grabs - and keeps - our attention.
67
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
It induces a serious case of sensory overload that left me drained and edgy.
63
San Francisco Examiner
Just fascinating in an empty, trendy sort of way
60
Time
This spectacle of strenuous improvising is more stunt than true experiment.
50
New York Post
In fact, for long stretches, especially during the first hour, it's as soporific as watching a bank of security cameras.
50
Gimmicky artifice.
50
Story pitches are made. Coke is snorted. There is lesbian sex. Fellatio. An earthquake. A murder. Just another day in Hollywood.
40
Just because you can make a movie in a day doesn't necessarily mean moviegoers should take an hour and a half to watch it.
30
Rolling Stone
Even with sex, drugs, hip-hop and a murder, these four stories are dull, dull, dull, dull.

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