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Harold and Maude

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The film centers on Harold is a young boy attempts to gain his mother's attention. He is always obsessed the death. One day, his life changed absoluetly when he encounters a 79-year-old woman at a funeral.
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Variety
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February 13, 2001

Marked by a few good gags, but marred by a greater preponderance of sophomoric, overdone and mocking humor.
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LarsenOnFilm
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April 17, 2017

Bud Cort delivers one of the all-time cinematic expressions of existential horror.
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Daily Radar
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April 12, 2009

If there's one comedy to represent the woof and warp of the early '70s, "Harold and Maude" is it.
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Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Canada)
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May 10, 2012

Unlike claustrophobically cute odd-couple movies, bottles some of the flavour of its time. Harold's fake suicides are a pale defiance and reflection of his cloistered, sapped life. The vital counterculture (Maude) helps Harold avoid the army.
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Q Network Film Desk
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June 28, 2012

cuts through the superficial surfaces of conventional romance and digs into what actually draws people together
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

The visual style makes everyone look fresh from the Wax Museum, and all the movie lacks is a lot of day-old gardenias and lilies and roses in the lobby, filling the place with a cloying sweet smell. Nothing more to report today.
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Chicago Reader
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October 24, 2007

Simpleminded, but it's fairly inoffensive, at least until Ashby lingers over the concentration-camp serial number tattooed on Gordon's arm. Some things are beyond the reach of whimsy.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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June 08, 2011

This darkly humorous ,romantic comedy between an introvert adolescent and and old spunky woman, is playing it too safe to be considered truly anti-establishment, but it became a cult picture.
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Time Out
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June 24, 2006

It is most successful when it keeps to the tone of an insane fairystory set up at the beginning of the movie.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

A classic of dark comedy.
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New York Times

May 09, 2005

[Bud Cort and Ruth Gordon] both are so aggressive, so creepy and off-putting.
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Village Voice
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January 18, 2013

The fact that [it] isn't very funny and, like its 80-year-old heroic, long outlives its necessary life, is less important than the fact that the characters frequently react gently or like credible human beings to the script's impossible notions.
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