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Exposed lays its flaws fittingly bare for all but the least discerning viewers to see, starting with a dull yet convoluted plot that utterly overpowers the efforts of an intriguing cast.
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What a strange and frustrating mess this is.
Has a grimy, off-kilter charm not seen since the heyday of '70s exploitation.
The confused, heel-dragging mystery drama Exposed suggests an especially dour, arty episode of Law & Order: SVU, minus any reasons to keep watching.
Awfully silly - and just plain awful ...
In certain mutilated pictures, you can detect the lineaments of greatness: Consider Orson Welles's "The Magnificent Ambersons." Here, that's not the case.
A catastrophe on every imaginable level.
To call Exposed one of the worst movies of the year would be insulting to the other terrible releases that have come out and will come out during the remainder of the year
Fate plays a rather melodramatic role and the often surreal story tests plausibility to its limits, but a well-worked late twist does, surprisingly, just about rescue things.
A story which makes little to no sense, with huge sub-plots (all involving black or Latino characters) either abandoned or stitched awkwardly together.
There is hardly anything in Exposed worthy of interest, and nothing that either warrants or deserves further discussion.
Reason and common sense seems to have escaped Declan Dale's Exposed.
Carries a complex, convoluted narrative that attempts to cover too much ground, balancing a myriad of themes.
Excruciatingly boring and pointless, Exposed is a terrible film. Keanu Reeves stars as a police detective who's investigating the death of his partner, who turns out to have been dirty. The performances are bland and lifeless, and are made worse by the slow pacing and rote directing. And for some reason half of the film is in Spanish, which is rather disjointing and makes the different character plots seem disconnected from each other. Extremely monotonous, Exposed is a complete waste of time.
Sadly, another poor film for Keanu Reeves. Sad to see such talent wasted in slow, boring, muddled and semi competent crime thrillers.
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