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Fresh: ...a surprisingly compelling piece of work..
- David Nusair, Reel Film Reviews, Thursday, July 27, 2006
Fresh: A dark, insidiously funny satire on the self-involved ways otherwise rational people can allow narrow personal agendas to lead them astray to the point of self-destruction.
- Derek Elley, Variety, Saturday, February 18, 2006
Fresh: One of the funniest, shrewdest, smartest movies in recent memory!
- Ernest Hardy, Film.com, Saturday, January 1, 2000
On its surface, the film appears to be a simple high school-themed comedy. In reality, it's not that at all. The point of this film is not to be riotous, like a pure comedy. (Though it is funny.) The point is not to make a statement about teenagers, like a high school film. The film's overall theme answers a broad question vaguely mentioned in the film's dialogue. Where is the line demarcating ethical behavior and unethical behavior? What demarcates morality and immorality? What drives us to do these things? The two are, in the end, connected by the wild series of events happening to Broderick's character in a thematically fascinating conclusion.
- rjayhutchinson, Sunday, October 17, 2010
Like a lot of comedies I've seen lately, this one has it's moments but just falls into the 'entertaining' category. Must be some kind of minor cult film.
- middleeasternfilms, Wednesday, April 28, 2010