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Critic Reviews for Hide
It's all given a much-needed shot of credibility by the strength of the writing and the subtlety of the directing. Losey is a talent to watch, and 'The Hide' makes for one hell of a Hollywood calling card.
...the film boasts a promising opening half hour that's slowly but surely squandered...
For two thirds of the film, Hide plays as David Lynch and Quentin Tarantino-lite and not those filmmakers as they are today but as they were in, say, 1994.
It's a good deal too stagey to work as a thriller, but the location shooting on desolate mud-flats is resonant and the twist has a sick verve. Addictive stuff.
Moody, minimalist and well-observed this is a quirky low-budget triumph for director Marek Losey.
Audience Reviews for Hide
Cheap Natural Born Killers wanna be. The trailer alone was nauseatingly similar to Oliver Stone's controversial classic of a decade and a half previous. I can only imagine this was made for kids who haven't seen Natural Born Killers...
The synopsis is a bit of a misnomer. The female lead is obsessed with Bonnie and Clyde but that is where it stops. The movie is more of a cross between The Butterfly Effect and Secret Window, though darker than the latter. I normally don't like horror but this was ok. It got a little gory for maybe 2 minutes total which is refreshing that it was not gross out horror. The end twist makes the whole movie and suddenly it all makes sense.
"In the spirit of Bonnie & Clyde & Natural Born Killers" Where was the spirit? It seemed to start off OK but after awhile I just gave up & didnt care anymore
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