The first 10 minutes is here:
Moria says, "The film’s greatest strength is the sadness of the relationship between Wood and the down-and-out Bela Lugosi." Rolling Stone calls it a "sympathetic and endearing movie". Variety says it's "a fanciful, sweet-tempered biopic". The New York Times says, "the biggest surprise about "Ed Wood" is that it manages to be a sweet, sunny mainstream comedy, with its kinkiness reduced to the level of a joke." Roger Ebert says the movie is
a film which celebrates Wood more than it mocks him, and which celebrates, too, the zany spirit of 1950s exploitation films - in which a great title, a has-been star and a lurid ad campaign were enough to get bookings for some of the oddest films ever made.