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Spare Parts

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The team had only $800 and used car parts, no experience but twin first place over M.I.T in a 2004 national robotics competition.
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AV Club
Sequences and scenes end unceremoniously, everyone in the movie seems to know each other's backstory before they're properly introduced, and mild jokes land with uncertainty.
January 20, 2015
Cine Premiere
McNamara's direction, his portrayal of the characters and their lives' circumstances is very superficial.[full review in Spanish]
June 04, 2015
Cinema Tradicional
The underwater robots almost make up for a lackluster and predictable ending. [full review in Spanish]
June 12, 2015
Cinemalogue.com
The film is moderately powerful in its exploration of the Latino students' lives outside the classroom, yet the dominant sequences involving the competition are right off the assembly line.
January 23, 2015
Village Voice
This blatantly big-hearted product isn't half as vibrant as the original 2005 Wired article on which it's based, and myopically neglects to address Arizona's troubling anti-immigration legislation through even a splash of hindsight.
January 17, 2015
ReelViews
Spare Parts tries too hard to be a based-on-a-true-story, feel-good, crowd-pleasing, triumph-of-the-underdogs movie.
January 17, 2015