Uniforms (2004)


Uniforms is a prentious comedy that attemps to have the last word on the fake documentary genre. As the film's four main characters chase their dreams, the film struggles in its attempt to ... See full summary »


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1 September 2006 | avijatviscosi-t
| If there were a monument built to encompass the pain. . .
I have never been so titillated and repulsed by the human struggle. If there were a monument built to encompass the pain and pretentiousness captured upon this cellulose it would definitely be a large black obelisk. Yet, one cannot help and identify with the essential (human) desires of these characters as they struggle to find themselves.

This is a movie well at home in its genre of choice. What that is--decide for yourself. Did I like it? I liked what I saw. . . Chris Sheets and Rick Banuelos are, well they just are. . . If you like movies then stay away--but if you like film, then enter prepared adequately for what awaits.


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Release Date:

10 October 2004



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Box Office


$14,000 (estimated)

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