Critic Review - The Nation

The movie's ponderousness is relieved only by Samantha Morton's uncanny portrayal of the psychic Agatha and by Lois Smith's turn as Dr. Hineman...

March 3, 2005 Full Review Source: The Nation | Comments (4)
The Nation



Roxy E.

Hey guess what? You suck! Using a lot of big words isn't going to change the fact that this movie may have actually rocked my socks off; literally.

Apr 8 - 05:10 PM

J N.

J Naimepas

If this movie rocked your socks off, xxharlequinxxgirlxx, I'm going to assume they were Gap socks?

This 2 hour corporate shill-fest has some great special effects, but little else. Among its many short-comings, the most notable is that we're asked to question the treatment of precogs when few among us believe them to exist in the first place. Bad premise leads to bad plot leads to bad film. It looks good, but it's bad.

Are those words small enough for you?

Jul 15 - 11:53 AM

Brian P.

Brian Peek

Ha....what a douchebag

Feb 4 - 12:19 PM


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Jan 13 - 06:50 AM

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