Zebraman 2004

Critics score:
57 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Sid Smith, Chicago Tribune: Its odd clash of shifting sensibilities is just as often wearisome as engaging. Read more

V.A. Musetto, New York Post: Frequent readers may have noticed my fondness for films by Japanese cult director Takashi Miike. So it pains me to report that his Zebraman is a disappointment. Read more

Andrew O'Hehir, Salon.com: Utterly delightful...a loving spoof on the Ultraman tradition of 1960s and '70s low-budget Japanese TV superheroes. Read more

Hank Sartin, Time Out: Read more

Time Out: Miike directs with due care and attention and comes up with the odd striking image, but the material is so inert that nothing can stifle yawns. Read more

Deborah Young, Variety: Read more

Aaron Hillis, Village Voice: Zebraman has come to save our summer from bloated Hollywood product that takes itself but not its audience seriously (here, it's the other way around). Read more