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While smarter than the average slasher film, A Perfect Getaway eventually devolves into a standard, predictable, excessively violent thriller.
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A big-reveal thriller with surprises that really do surprise -- and are worth waiting for through an audaciously long buildup.
Writer-director David Twohy (Pitch Black) serves up mechanical thrills culminating in a bogus twist ending
A Perfect Getaway is a little better -- well, a little stranger -- than most of the disposables this summer.
David Twohy's taut, palm-sweating thriller has two things going for it: it keeps you guessing and it doesn't insult your intelligence.
A flawed but entertaining thriller.
I just don't think there was enough drama in the first two-thirds of this movie.
There's always something to be said for a psycho-thriller that delivers interesting characters in a cool setting.
The film is not a total loss due to its interesting use of suspense and its tactic of placing suspicion on every character. While it's not one of the best thrillers out there, you could easily do worse.
Far from a perfect film, but it is a lot of fun. In the tradition of old-fashioned thrillers, the movie has some nice twists and turns in the plot.
A riveting horror-thriller that should do for hiking in Hawaii what Hostel did for backpacking in Slovakia.
Twohy's script dares and succeeds in peppering the dialogue with funny insider references to Hollywood scripts and actors.
Twohy lets his story's central guessing game play out with patient tautness.
At first, this movie seems to be a trashy comedy due to the strange characters and goofy dialogue, but then after its first hour it evolves into an above-average thriller, surprisingly good and smarter than most slasher movies released in recent years.
Run of the mill thriller with some good performances from the 4 main leads. The location is the real star of the movie but with a slow first half followed by a twist in the end which wasn?t much of a surprise. Steve Zhan is always a joy to watch and he doesn?t disappoint here and milla jovorich looks good but that?s all she got to do here.
It?s a perfect Friday beer and curry night in, that?s pretty much it.
Somewhere early something clicked on this one and i saw the reveal very early but i kept second guessing as the movie went along. A very solid cast makes this a good movie.
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