From appalling to passable.
"People like Banksy because other people have liked Banksy."
A crowd gathered on the Upper West Side and the scene got a little wild.
Complete with bullet holes and real dust.
It's a reference to the little girl who dropped her father's 'King's Speech' Oscar.
Even if his movie wins. Disguises are not dignified!
That figure looks like Banksy.
"I’ll just say, [the original version] was even a little sadder."
The British graffiti artist takes control of the classic opening sequence. He adds some spray-paint, and an extra minute.
Banksy accessorized a child's electronic dolphin ride with a ‘BP’ oil drum and a tuna net.
"Playing a joke on the art market? But the art market, is it a joke?"
The movie currently has a 100 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Careful, Bansky, or Sundance won't be invited back next year.
'Exit Through the Gift Shop,' a doc purportedly directed by the artist himself, is making its premiere on Sunday.
This weekend's attempt to sell the elusive street artist's work was a spectacular failure.
According to an anonymous waitress and several bar patrons, he sure is!
Plus: Simon Pegg calls Batman a wussy and Harmony Korine on puking up his new film.
Semi-annoying graffiti artist Banksy perpetrated his biggest act of vandalism yet over the weekend, stenciling this scene on the side of a post office in Central London.
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