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Mirrors Reviews

November 17, 2011
Read More | Original Score: 2/5
October 10, 2008
This is without question the dumbest horror movie of recent years. There is simply no way to piece together its fractured shards.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/6
August 28, 2008
The director, Alexandre Aja, knows how to reflect the fear in people's heads, but he gets too ensnared in a backstory that's just gothic business as usual.
Full Review | Original Score: C+
August 19, 2008
How could horror be so dull?
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/4
August 19, 2008
Audiences won't be crazy about what they see in these Mirrors.
Read More | Original Score: 2/5
August 19, 2008
An empty enterprise that provides a few moments of goofy fun, Mirrors reflects back nothing.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
August 19, 2008
Mirrors is too lugubrious and misconceived to reflect the talent of those involved.
Read More | Original Score: 2/4
August 18, 2008
A minor chiller and major downer from the talented Alexandre Aja.
Read More | Original Score: 2.5/5
August 18, 2008
Alexandre Aja keeps the suspense tight for most of the movie, only to fritter it away in an overblown ending.
August 18, 2008
This remake of a South Korean movie ultimately provides fewer scares than the average aging baby boomer feels every time they look into a reflective surface.
August 18, 2008
At nearly two hours, Mirrors is overlong for a summer horror toss-off, and the movie's three or four false endings make it seem even more of a haul.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
August 18, 2008
Alexandre Aja's inability to delineate credible or interesting characters results in 110 wasted minutes for anyone unfortunate to wander into an auditorium where this is playing.
Full Review | Original Score: 1/4
August 18, 2008
[Aja's] pedal-to-the-metal intensity only serves to heighten the film's fundamental ridiculousness.
Read More | Original Score: D+
August 16, 2008
Mirrors reflects little beyond Splat Pack auteur Alexandre Aja's desire to push his genre into less punishing and more profitable territory.