After the Sunset Reviews

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September 9, 2010
Unappealing characters and a dumb story. Skip it.
November 20, 2008
August 7, 2008
September 1, 2006
After the Sunset is the sort of movie that may not find its ideal audience until channel-surfing insomniacs discover it late some evening, long, long after sunset indeed.
July 5, 2005
May 3, 2005
Behind the curve.
April 13, 2005
The dialogue mimics the terseness [of Elmore Leonard's work] without the snap or humor. Almost every word sounds recycled from another movie.
April 8, 2005
Folks who like these actors will probably have fun with the film. Just don't go in with high expectations, as the script and direction are merely average.
March 5, 2005
Beautiful to look at (particularly any scene containing Salma Hayek) and has a zippy energy, but there's nothing going on underneath its attractive surface.
January 25, 2005
What you get with this film is an unoriginal concept using the backdrop of a resort to lure us to see a heist film where our time is only thing that was stolen.
December 31, 2004
That's when most of us sleep.
December 17, 2004
They forgot the "r" in "caper"
December 8, 2004
Devoid of a clever script and truly charismatic chemistry, it plays out as one big, glossy yawn.
December 4, 2004
All polish trying to cover up an unsanded surface.
November 23, 2004
...[a] hollow heist flick. Alas, After the Sunset maintains having the trivial tension of a fifth grade spelling bee contest. Repeat after me...Paradise Lost.
November 22, 2004
Spends so much time down Selma Hayek's shirt fronts that we come away suffocated.
November 21, 2004
Every bit as easygoing as its tropical island setting, and every bit as uninspired and uninspiring. Its pleasantness is its undoing.
November 19, 2004
A deliberately mindless action comedy that invites us to lose ourselves, without any PC guilt, in its hedonistic enticements.
November 19, 2004
After a bright set-up, Sunset goes down quickly during Brosnan's soggy final caper.
November 19, 2004
Beyond the eye candy represented by the stars and their sun-soaked surroundings, there's little else that's memorable about this disposable tissue of a movie.
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