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Mona Lisa Smile

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That woman, Catherine Watson, is trying to lead a new ambition. Kathryn graduated recently from the University of California, then hired to teach the history of real art at Wellesley's prestigious Women's College in 1953. Catherine is determined to confront the old and seemingly uninspiring traditions of the community, attracting her traditional students including Betty and A new and exciting challenge to the spread of meaningful art.
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USA Today
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December 19, 2003

Rather than being a fascinating exploration of a much more constrained time in our social history, the film simply feels anachronistic.
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Common Sense Media

December 26, 2010

Glossy entertainment value but far from art.
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Low IQ Canadian
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May 14, 2004

Mike Newell takes the road most travelled in tackling the sexual apartheid and hysteria of the 1950s.
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Kansas City Kansan

October 30, 2004

Period dress, set design, manners and acting are fine--as is Mike Newell's direction. If only the script was less predictable.
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ColeSmithey.com
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May 12, 2009

Kirsten Dunst, Julia Stiles and Maggie Gyllenhaal furnish well-observed performances that frequently outshine Julia Roberts's reflex characterization in this female variant of "Dead Poets Society."
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Washington Post

December 19, 2003

Like the turtleneck cashmere sweaters and girdles that tie down these promising women, the movie is trite and trussed.
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Rolling Stone

December 23, 2003

Women of the Fifties, rise up in protest.
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Tyler Morning Telegraph (Texas)

September 20, 2004

...would have been better served by characters with a little less formula than the paint-by-numbers projects so loved by these women of Wellesley College.
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Salon.com
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December 20, 2003

In terms of the gap between the movie it's trying to be and the movie it actually is, Mona Lisa Smile is in many ways indefensible. Yet for all its problems, it's satisfyingly movielike.
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FilmFocus

July 20, 2004

Mike Newell directs a formulaic Roberts vehicle that isn't without its charm.
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Washington Post

December 19, 2003

Anyone who's ever been moved by a teacher to dream a slightly bigger dream than his parents thought he or she was capable of achieving ought to love the film, for it gets at a truer model of teacher's inspiration.
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Chicago Reader
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January 10, 2004

Roberts asks her students rhetorical questions: What makes art good or bad? Who decides? But the movie answers them as canonically as the syllabus Roberts abandons.
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