'No' is never a drag to watch, but paradoxically enough, its self-imposed cinematic restraints inhibit it from selling itself as effectively as it might have. Glenn Kenny,MSN Movies
Largely a gimmick picture: At all times, it looks like hastily assembled news footage shot on grainy videotape in 1988. Kyle Smith,New York Post
A troubling, exhilarating and ingeniously realized film that's part stirring political drama and part devilish media satire ... Andrew O'Hehir,Salon.com
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02/13 @ 12:00 AM
Explores the power of popular dissent, and the coordinated persuasions of media, marketing, and targeted advertising in shaping the word no to invigorate a populace pessimistically conditioned to think that nothing will ever change for the good. Lisa Schwarzbaum,Entertainment Weekly