Even when your mind is saying 'Wait a minute,' your pulse is revving up, reacting to Scott's edgy, visceral energy.
| Original Score: B-
When studio heads caught wind of an ex-model who became an actual female bounty hunter, green lights must have gone off like paparazzi flashes.
| Original Score: 3/5
Only my personal vow never to walk out of a movie kept me in the theater until the end credits.
| Original Score: 0.5/5
It's stupid American big-budget filmmaking at its most endearingly idiotic.
The film story becomes captive to its own hyperkineticism.
| Original Score: 2/5
We know she's got a bad attitude and mad combat skills, but where did she get them?
| Original Score: 2.5/5
Production is slick, along the lines of a good music video, but this is not what I look for in a good movie.
| Original Score: C-
A fast, furious and empty-headed assault on American trash culture.
Aggressively antisocial and brutally funny, this is Scott's masterpiece, at least to date, a wild film that is, in fact, assured and tightly controlled.
If this movie were even half as hip as it thinks, it'd die from an overdose of coolness.
It works better as a music video than a film. Pass the aspirin.
| Original Score: 1.5/4
"Domino" is the latest in the "what were they thinking?" category of movies that should have been documentaries.
| Original Score: 1/4
A snarling, schizophrenic catastrophe of a film
| Original Score: D-
Scott's latest feat of mind-numbing visual overkill.
An exhausting, indecipherable mess.
This is perhaps the most stylized, excessively garish piece of R-rated pop entertainment since Natural Born Killers, and you know what, I loved it.
The insufferable Domino severely suffers from a Vitamin "B" complex deficiency: blustery, banal, brainless and belaboring.
Domino Proves Tony Scott is Still a Racist and Richard Kelly is NOT Tarantion.
| Original Score: 1/5
It's almost as if the power went out and Domino was filmed on back-up generator power complete with blackouts and power surges.
| Original Score: .5/4
The first part of the film holds your attention even if it is too tricked up. But the longer the film rolls, the less interested the audience becomes.