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Decline and Fallnew

As long as Gibson's film runs, it can't get out from under the director's continued fascination with the indignities man visits on man.
Eugene Weekly  |  Molly Templeton  |  12-15-2006  |  Reviews

Bloody Nonsensenew

What happens when Mel Gibson goes native?
Missoula Independent  |  Andy Smetanka  |  12-14-2006  |  Reviews

On the Seat's Edgenew

Mel Gibson may be an anti-Semitic drunk, but Apocalypto proves his talent as an artist.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  12-14-2006  |  Reviews

The Empire Strikes Backnew

The ever-astonishing filmmaker Mel Gibson continues his (probably unintentional) study of the mortification of the flesh through the ages.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten  |  12-08-2006  |  Reviews

Once Upon a Time in the Junglenew

Like Braveheart, Apocalypto is a fantasia on historical themes, not a work of history.
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Jenkins  |  12-08-2006  |  Reviews

Pyramid Schemenew

As Apocalypto conclusively proves, subtlety is rare in Gibson's films.
Sacramento News & Review  |  Jonathan Kiefer  |  12-07-2006  |  Reviews

Killing Fieldsnew

Apocalypto offers another Gibson passion.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  12-07-2006  |  Reviews

Total Bullshitnew

Apocalypto is more long-winded than a booze-sloshed tirade.
Dig Boston  |  David Wildman  |  12-06-2006  |  Reviews

New World Ardor

Gibson captures the simple (500-year-old) story of an intense personal quest in Apocalypto.
Salt Lake City Weekly  |  Scott Renshaw  |  12-02-2006  |  Reviews

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