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Traffik highlights Paula Patton's impressive dramatic chops -- and smothers them in a thoroughly underwhelming exploitation thriller.
All Critics (31)
| Top Critics (6)
| Fresh (8)
| Rotten (23)
While Patton almost single-handedly makes you want to take the film a little more seriously than is in any way warranted, it's impossible to do so on any level...
An effective weekend-from-hell thriller with a vital message, a terrific lead performance by Paula Patton and some unexpectedly dimensional storytelling from writer-director Deon Taylor.
There isn't an honest moment in all 96 minutes of Traffik.
A watchable semi-terrible exploitation picture...
Attempts to marry cheap genre thrills with an unflinching depiction of the horrors of international sex trafficking, only to cheapen the latter and cast a grimy pall over the former.
Every scene takes about twice as long as it feels like it should, and the characters far too often make an escalating series of implausible and/or stupid decisions.
I truly enjoyed this film and it's message. Could the acting from its lead have been stronger? Yes. At times I found that certain scenes dragged on, but overall the film is a fun thriller and a sobering look at a world we don't see often portrayed in film
The paint-by-numbers script is oozing with apathy and the dialogue lifeless, which is made even worse due to the laughably awful performances.
Holy Hell Did I Ever Hate TRAFFIK
While Traffik's intentions are good, it poor casting and lack of cleverness makes the film fall short of what could have been a solid idea for a feature film.
The biggest failure of Traffik is how clumsily it tackles the subject of human trafficking and sexual slavery.
Traffik entertains while enlightening, propelled forward by Paula Patton's performance
Wait, this was supposed to be serious and well-intentioned?
I thought this movie knew what it was the minute Missi Pyle showed up.
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