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Starman

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That story began when there was a message from NASA to foreigners, a space object trying to contact humanity, but an American missile was laying its ship. Things seem to turn to another turning point when a foreigner takes the form of a young widow's husband and asks her to take him from Wisconsin to Arizona while the government tries to stop them quickly before it's too late.
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[A] surprisingly tender, funny movie from John Carpenter, a man otherwise known for his intense horror/genre flicks. It may be the best sci-fi/romance hybrid ever made.
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December 16, 2014

We see a sweet side to the director that never appeared anywhere else: an emotional palate that he rarely indulged in, but which he handles with surprising grace and subtlety.
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August 01, 2003

Carpenter is a master of framing for widescreen, and Starman is certainly a forum for him to show off his prowess behind the lens.
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Movie Metropolis
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July 29, 2009

Bridges' portrayal of Starman can be as hard to take as the lapses in logic.
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Common Sense Media

January 02, 2011

Jeff Bridges as appealing alien; best for teens.
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New York Times

May 20, 2003

In Mr. Bridges' hands [his role] becomes the occasion for a sweetly affecting characterization -- a fine showcase for the actor's blend of grace, precision and seemingly offhanded charm.
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Chicago Reader
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June 06, 2007

It isn't pleasant to watch a talented filmmaker like John Carpenter willfully distort his personality to fit a commercial (read Spielbergian) profile, and only the opening suspense-horror sequences have the weight of real involvement.
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June 06, 2007

An enjoyable film filled with the kind of sensitivity, love, and humor seldom seen on today's screens.
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June 24, 2006

The best special effects are in the first five minutes. Thereafter, it's all rather predictable.
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October 30, 2004

Early Jeff Bridges starrer is fun sci-fi.
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Chicago Sun-Times
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October 23, 2004

Starman contains the potential to be a very silly movie, but the two actors have so much sympathy for their characters that the movie, advertised as space fiction, turns into one of 1984's more touching love stories.
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June 06, 2007

There is little that is original in Starman, but at least it has chosen good models.
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