Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (25)
| Top Critics (8)
| Fresh (13)
| Rotten (12)
| DVD (2)
Tantalizing double-crosses mount right up to the eerie final scene.
It's hard to care in the end.
The movie attempts to top each of its revelations with still another until reason bends and interest flags.
Things get weirder and weirder, until it's clear scriptwriter Wesley Strick's the one who needs analysis.
Most audiences are likely to emerge dazed and a little goofy, convinced they've seen a humdinger, but unable to quite describe it.
Has so many twists, turns and backward leaps, the actors tackle their work like trained poodles in a circus act.
Concluded on a level of humdrum normality which made everything that preceded it seem stupider than ever.
Since when did Basinger learn to act?!? Wow, quite a performance indeed.
A clever whodunnit.....Basinger and Gere raise a little heat
Great trashy fun: Don't drink the cough syrup!
The film's worst elements come from the filmmakers. To say they've seen too many Hitchcock films is to understate.
I don't really know what to say....It's a good movie...It have twists and turns that you didn't see coming. But come on....we can all tell it's just a Basic Instinc wanna be (never can be) Like....Richard Gere and Kim Basinger...Is it just me or is that just a cheap rip of of Douglas and Stone? Well as I said....Good movie, good story,good actors. But still...never can be
Not a bad suspense film about a psychiatrist who becomes a murder suspect. But I like Richard Gere and Kim Basinger as well as they reunited again since 1986's No Mercy.
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