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There may actually be too much to this film, which helps explain why it comes up a little short in the end.
He is kept on the outside of the cool crowd, who slap each other on the back for their juvenile stabs at art.
Jerome is obviously very talented, but other artists whiz by him because art is what the artists say art is.
This movie is good and sucks, just like art.
I love the story they have and the crazy artsy people but i felt like something was missing, i do like the movie and being an... Read more
A quirky, enjoyable film. Starting with the oddness of a small art college and its attendant weirdness; the film descends into a murder mystery/comedy with a nice little romance... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Captain Iguana
Director Terry Zwigoff is the man behind bringing (inflicting? ; ) "crumb"...the documentary about artist r crumb and his family to life.
If you've seen it... Read more
I bought the DVD b/c I couldn't watch it enough. Enjoyable performances, great job. John Malcovich is hysterical! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon User
I don't know how I would pitch this movie to someone who never attended art school. Try to image the typical college stereotypes only with more emphasis on individuality. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jim Van Cise
Great movie with an oriiginal premise. And Malkovitch is outstanding in his role. The love story aspect is intriguing also.Published 8 months ago by adam bowman
Art School Confidential: Funny movie I bought for my college aged daughter who had several friends who were Art majors at that time.Published 9 months ago by Al Gore
A little off-beat and crude at times, but that's how I like my movies.
The acting is top-notch and the dark humor and art student antics makes this film a repeat... Read more
If for no other reason Sophia Myles' nude scene makes the price of the film worthwhile LOL. It is such a great statement about "Artspeak" and the nonsense passing for Art... Read morePublished 10 months ago by Stan J. Dymek