Coma

Coma

79%

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Coma Reviews

Variety Staff
Variety
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Coma is an extremely entertaining suspense drama in the Hitchcock tradition.

Full Review Source: Variety

November 27, 2007
Geoff Andrew
Time Out
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See it and worry.

Full Review Source: Time Out

September 30, 2006
Vincent Canby
New York Times
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The aftereffect of Coma is a catlike yawn, benign and bored.

Full Review Source: New York Times | Original Score: 2/5

May 9, 2005
Dave Kehr
Chicago Reader
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Michael Crichton's slow-paced thriller must have begun with something to say about the morality of the medical profession, but whatever it was is lost in the shuffle of unnecessary narrative detail.

Full Review Source: Chicago Reader

January 1, 2000
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