Along Came a Spider Reviews

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October 24, 2001
With the post-Silence glut of serial killer films, it takes a lot to make an impression, and Along Came a Spider lacks that all-important spark.
July 23, 2001
May 23, 2001
It's as if Moss has studied every bad cop show on TV since the beginning of the medium, then distilled what he'd heard into this screenplay.
May 11, 2001
Se puede ver, pero sin buscarle mayor informacin o profundidad. Simplemente para pasar el rato.
May 3, 2001
Sinks the fledgling franchise to new depths--and quite possibly past the point of no return.
April 25, 2001
...so little makes sense and so much is left up to speculation that there isn't even an urge to get involved...
April 13, 2001
April 13, 2001
a slick product conceived in the executive conference room of some Hollywood studio, not in the mind of an artist
April 9, 2001
The kind of movie with so many suspension of disbelief high hurdles that any police officer, federal agent or audience member with a stitch of common sense would likely snicker all the way through.
April 9, 2001
A movie that thinks it's pretty smart but is really too dumb to hold together beyond its first few minutes.
April 7, 2001
Psych 101 meets Phil. 101 in a sophomoric thriller.
April 7, 2001
I wish spider had brought a plot along with it.
April 7, 2001
If Alex Cross is so intuitive and brilliant, why is he making a movie like this? It hurts me to see Freeman reduced to this mess.
April 7, 2001
Though a web is one of nature's most fascinating spectacles, watching a spider weave one can be less than thrilling.
April 6, 2001
Cliche-ridden, driven by formula, and often just plain stupid.
April 6, 2001
After developing a complex story with enough twists and turns in the plot to choke a horse, they play the 'dumb audience' game ... spelling out everything.
April 6, 2001
The plot twists come in the final 30 minutes, and while they are entertaining, they're also ludicrous. One begins to wish the movie had stuck with its original plan of just being a mediocre cop thriller, rather than changing into something quasi-clever.
April 6, 2001
Like a paperback plucked from a counter at an airport, Spider is an impulse buy of a film, a time killer that will neither tax your brain nor challenge your memory.
April 6, 2001
If Michael Wincott -- who under normal circumstances can chill your blood just by breathing -- can't make the villain compelling, you know the movie's in trouble.
April 6, 2001
Gets tangled in its own web of absurdities.
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