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Coma is an extremely entertaining suspense drama in the Hitchcock tradition.
See it and worry.
The aftereffect of Coma is a catlike yawn, benign and bored.
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.
The boys'-club politics at the hospital provide the picture with interesting subtext right in line with the sexual dynamics of the period; Bujold proves to be a worthy champion for the feminist cause.
...a genuinely suspenseful mystery thriller, with a conspiracy angle unfolding in due course without a lot of fuss and bother.
Audiences used to a faster pace today will find the talky first half tough going.
More entertaining than credible.
A suspense-filled nailbiter that plays on a fear no weapon weidling psycho can top.
This is a tidy conspiracy-theory thriller from Crichton, who accentuates the tension by packing it into a wholly believable, human framework.
Coma wastes a superb performance by Bujold on a simplistic, predictable series of cliched suspense scenes, seasoned with some last-minute moralizing about contemporary medicine.
A superb suspense-thriller.
A criative thriller.
Tightly directed medical thriller with top performances from Genevieve Bujold and Richard Widmark. Interesting premise well realized with a lot of now familiar faces, like Ed Harris and Tom Selleck, in small roles. Elizabeth Ashley scores strongly in her few scenes imparting a sense of malevolence beneath an icy professional demeanor.
This is a fine entertaining suspense drama in the Hitchcock tradition.
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