Wildly praised by the nation’s top critics, the smash theatrical hit Rivers and Tides is a mesmerizing, poetic and curiously contemplative portrait of revered Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, whose long-winding rock walls, icicle assemblages and other intricate, druidic masterpieces are made entirely of materials found in the wild. Gorgeously shot and edited by director Thomas Riedelsheimer, Rivers and Tides is an intoxicating study of the fragile relationship between man, art and nature.
This is the most hilariously overrated film I’ve seen in recent memory. It made me laugh harder than Superbad. And the piles of lavishing praise shown in these reviews take me to an extremely cynical… read review