This dopey thriller isn't worth your time.
| Original Score: 1/5
The filmmakers cannot decide what sort of story they want to tell, and as a result, the story they tell isn't really worth the telling.
| Original Score: 2/4
Wicker Park frustrates to no end when a smidgen of common sense on anyone's behalf would clear up everything.
| Original Score: C
A nice example of what happens to a Hitchcock shrine when it's filtered through a slick punk sensibility.
| Original Score: 3/4
That Wicker Park becomes as engrossing as it does is particularly shocking, given the almost interminable opening hour...
Weightless, dim-witted treacle.
| Original Score: D
Take a pretty good script, a pretty good Director, and a horrible cast, and what you get is Wicker Park.
| Original Score: 6/10
High style masks rather than updates what's essentially conventional in the material, and the plot unfolds on a seeming need-to-know basis. It's aggravating.
| Original Score: 2.5/5
Something, Je ne sais quoi, was lost in translation when the French thriller L'Appartement was remade into this obtuse romantic mystery.
Deep down, it's a very bad joke.
| Original Score: 1/4
I usually prefer a film that stays in a logical sequence but Josh Hartnett is a captivating kind of guy who holds your attention throughout the flashback sequences.
| Original Score: 2.5/4
A dull melodrama marked by plot coincidences of staggering stupidity.
| Original Score: 1/4
This process raises an array of questions, some relevant to the central plot and some just irritating.
A shapeless mess.
I am giving it thumbs up because of a very attractive cast and they do a wonderful job with what they got.
Being nonlinear means never having to make sense. Without its digressions and flash-forwards, Wicker Park's plot would barely fill two minutes of screen time.
Doesn't lead to much beyond weepy melodrama.
Makes your brain spin in surprising and pleasurable ways.
| Original Score: B+
It's a sad day indeed when a movie's most memorable performance belongs to Scooby Doo's Matthew Lillard.
| Original Score: 0.5/5
This is a great date movie. Handholding can get quite serious during the film's many intense scenes.