Ralph Breaks the Internet
Mission: Impossible - Fallout
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All Critics (43)
| Top Critics (7)
| Fresh (4)
| Rotten (39)
A movie about privacy that would be better off kept to itself.
Pierce Brosnan provides a welcome low-tech touch to John Moore's high-tech thriller.
There's not much to recommend this formulaic film ...
Beat by beat, it's exactly what you'd expect, right down to the camera's prurient interest in the dewy flesh of Stefanie Scott as the 17-year-old daughter.
A Good Day to Die Hard and Max Payne director John Moore has updated the notorious 2006 flop Firewall for the smartphone era with I.T. , and it's every bit as unpleasant as A Good Day to Die Hard and Max Payne.
This old-fashioned premise has been upgraded for the "smart house" era, but a plodding pace and a lack of technological specifics still make this picture about as state-of-the-art as a Commodore 64.
Everything about I.T. makes it seem like a movie that's been sitting on the shelf for 20 years.
...a flat and flabby would-be thriller...
It's good for a few unintended chuckles and might do something for the hardcore Brosnan acolytes, but largely it's just the same old hat techno-thriller cliches in a shiny new wrapper.
I.T. is a film to turn off - and never turn back on again.
Brosnan lacks the conviction of Liam Neeson when it comes to the middle-aged badass genre.
How Pierce Brosnan must miss the days of playing James Bond.
I enjoyed this. It reminded me of a high-tech version of Cape Fear. Of course, there are times when Pierce Brosnan carries it all along and there are other times when the tech stuff is all wrong, but overall, it's enjoyable enough.
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