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Lords of Dogtown

Following the successful team of the Z-boys, who achieve a great success and gain popularity through their big talent in the skateboarding in Dogtown, California, where they enjoy with great fame, but they face many challenges and hardships through their way, the thing that makes them struggle.
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September 26, 2005 ...a thoroughly dull piece of work.
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April 15, 2009 As the three friends separate via commercial successes afforded them, "Lords Of Dogtown" becomes a distinctly youthful American anecdote about the nature of friendship and success.
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Film Journal International
March 01, 2007 A modestly entertaining movie, thanks largely to the efforts of director Catherine Hardwicke and the three leads.
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June 03, 2005 Lords of Dogtown stays afloat, largely because many of its actors transcend Hardwicke's heavy-handed storytelling.
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Toronto Star
June 03, 2005 For someone who was there, not to mention someone who created Dogtown and Z-Boys, Peralta has crafted a script so superficial and simplistic it feels like it was tapped out by a 14-year-old fan.
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USA Today
June 03, 2005 It's hard to think of a movie since 1950's Sunset Boulevard that has gotten more dramatic impact out of a pool.
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August 13, 2007 You don't have to care much about skateboarding (I really don't) to find the movie exhilarating and engaging.
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Washington Post
June 03, 2005 Lords of Dogtown isn't a cop-out, but rather an ever-so-slight concession to commercialism, while Dogtown and Z-Boys was, above all else, a love song to the counterculture.
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June 03, 2005 If watching Dogtown and Z-Boys was tantamount to witnessing history itself, watching Lords of Dogtown, which Peralta wrote, feels more like watching a stiff, meticulously choreographed reenactment.
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March 29, 2011 Lords of Dogtown is an interesting look at the start of an ever increasingly more popular part of American youth culture, but often settles for surface gloss instead of introspection.
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