Qui a tué Bambi? (Who Killed Bambi?) Reviews

April 28, 2007
The melodrama acts as an anaesthetic, as it's hard to stay awake while it operates merely as a gruesome style over substance film.
April 1, 2006
January 25, 2005
Its lack of sense is exceeded only by the absence of chills.
January 14, 2005
Competent but ultimately disappointing.
December 1, 2004
you eventually get that it's supposed to be suspenseful, but it's ... near impossible to actually feel it.
November 19, 2004
The forced parallel with the Disney classic proves silly and pretentious, but the dull characters and lethal plot contrivances are what really do Bambi in.
November 12, 2004
A long and uneventful snooze.
November 11, 2004
This film is more successful in mood and setting (white hallways with stylized lighting and shadows gives a disorientating sense of dread and tension) than in the conventional screenplay.
November 11, 2004
So skillful at sustaining a chilly antiseptic atmosphere in which death stalks every gleaming corridor that it comes as a sharp disappointment to find its hygienic imagery wasted on a clunking cat-and-mouse game.
October 5, 2004
Tries like mad to get under the viewer's skin in its portrayal of gross medical malfescence, but never gets beyond recycling stale genre tricks and obvious characters.
October 5, 2004
Effectively creates a menacing atmosphere within the gleaming white halls of the hospital in which it is set, but its story line and characterizations lack the sufficient originality to lift the film above its many better predecessors.
October 5, 2004
Marchand uses the death of Bambi's mother as a point of departure for a study on postmodern violence in cinema.