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Buried Reviews

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Benjo Colautti
We Got This Covered

Buried is a one of a kind experience that goes well beyond just a movie with a neat idea. It's a thriller that really works and is one of the best films I've seen all year.

Full Review Source: We Got This Covered | Original Score: 8/10

November 9, 2013
Laura Kern
Film Comment Magazine

A nifty gimmick rarely translates into satisfying cinema, but Buried qualifies as an exception.

Full Review Source: Film Comment Magazine

June 20, 2013
Roger Moore
Movie Nation

Remind yourself to breathe.

Full Review Source: Movie Nation | Original Score: 3/4

January 28, 2013
Matt Glasby
Total Film

With little more than one actor, a mobile phone, a (very full) Zippo and a few disembodied voices, director Rodrigo Cortés has created a 95-minute panic-attack-made-movie.

Full Review Source: Total Film | Original Score: 4/5

October 10, 2012
Ben Kendrick

Reynolds and Cortés deserve credit for their ambition and Buried is a tense but enjoyable experience for anyone interested in the core 'buried alive' concept.

Full Review Source: ScreenRant | Original Score: 4/5

October 5, 2012
Michael Dequina

Director Rodrigo Cortes continually achieves the seemingly impossible.

Full Review Source: TheMovieReport.com | Original Score: 3/4

July 23, 2012
Enrique Buchichio
Uruguay Total

(...) Como ejercicio narrativo bastante claustrofóbico y moderadamente angustiante, tiene su atractivo. Gran parte del resultado es mérito del actor Ryan Reynolds.

Full Review Source: Uruguay Total | Original Score: 2/5

August 25, 2011
Wesley Lovell
Cinema Sight

A brilliant genre thriller using space and perspective to confine us with the protagonist.

Full Review Source: Cinema Sight | Original Score: 4/4

August 15, 2011
David N. Butterworth

This experiment in minimalist filmmaking succeeds in part because of the tight, controlled performance by one of People magazine's sexiest men (buried) alive!

Full Review Source: rec.arts.movies.reviews | Original Score: 3/4

July 8, 2011
Nick Schager
Lessons of Darkness

Conveys the intensity and introspective horror of its subject's extreme life-or-death circumstances far more authentically and grippingly than the similar, flashier and shallower 127 Hours.

Full Review Source: Lessons of Darkness | Original Score: B

April 14, 2011
Adam Nayman

Buried may well be an allegory for the fates of so many Americans waylaid in sandier climes, but it works first and foremost as an experiential horror film -- the best of its kind in some time.

Full Review Source: eye WEEKLY | Original Score: 4/5

April 4, 2011
Norman Wilner
NOW Toronto

Reynolds is riveting, and it's possible to appreciate Cortés's bravura cinematic accomplishment. But that'll come much later, after you catch your breath.

Full Review Source: NOW Toronto | Original Score: 4/5

April 4, 2011
Dave White

It's kind of like if Saw were a one-man show in a tiny theater.

Full Review Source: Movies.com | Original Score: 3/5

April 4, 2011
Matt Neal
The Standard

While its central conceit - its six-feet-under micro-location - might seem gimmicky, it's a gimmick that would get real tired real quick if not for an exceptional script and one hell of a performance.

Full Review Source: The Standard | Original Score: 5/5

March 24, 2011
Nick Rogers

Rodrigo Cortés's film is rigidly grim and relentlessly discomforting - thanks to superior sound design, creatively claustrophobic camerawork and a one-man-show from Ryan Reynolds, who leaves no room for sarcasm in this sarcophagus.

Full Review Source: Suite101.com | Original Score: 3.5/4

March 19, 2011
Mike Edwards
What Culture

The genius of this film is that it never once betrays its concept.

Full Review Source: What Culture | Original Score: 4/5

February 1, 2011
Colin Covert
Minneapolis Star Tribune
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Buried may be claustrophobic in scale, but its impact is immense.

Full Review Source: Minneapolis Star Tribune | Original Score: 4/4

January 31, 2011
Rene Rodriguez
Miami Herald
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Buried, despite its seemingly impossible premise, is by turns funny, suspenseful, moving and -- in one heart-stopping sequence worthy of Indiana Jones -- incredibly exciting.

Full Review Source: Miami Herald | Original Score: 3/4

January 31, 2011
Jason Zingale

An edge-of-your-seat nail-biter that's about as unique as they come.

Full Review Source: Bullz-Eye.com | Original Score: 3.5/5

January 10, 2011
Mary F. Pols
TIME Magazine
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If the aim is to be unpredictable and to revel in cynicism, you run the risk -- realized here -- that the movie becomes more an authorial statement of purpose than a story the audience can believe in.

Full Review Source: TIME Magazine

January 5, 2011
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