Barenaked in America
Barenaked in America (1999)

Were it not for Alanis Morissette, Barenaked Ladies would probably have been the biggest pop act to come out of Canada in the 1990s. Entirely male and generally fully clothed, the band scored a number of multi-platinum albums in their home… More

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Critic Score: 78% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Lisa Alspector
Chicago Reader

Whatever secrets the musicians may be keeping, we've been tacitly urged to examine our reasons for wanting to know them.

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Steve Simels
TV Guide's Movie Guide

A reasonably entertaining way to kill an hour and a half.

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James Sanford
Kalamazoo Gazette

They play the funny songs, but just when things threaten to get too lightweight, singer Steven Page lets loose with a riveting, scorchingly soulful rendition of 'Break Your Heart' to let everyone know they're not just clowning around.

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Blake French
NutzWorld

inquisitive and stylish, blending the distinguished personalities of the Barenaked Ladies with zest and humor of the film's clever interviews.

Sean Axmaker
Seattle Post-Intelligencer

A funny, spirited film driven by the band's sense of humor and energetic performances.

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Ethan Alter
Film Journal International

For the discerning rock fan and/or filmgoer, Barenaked in America is about as insightful as an MTV promotional video.

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