After Hours Synopsis
A Manhattan yuppie (Griffin Dunne) enters dark SoHo, led by strange women into the urban unknown.
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TV Guide

A wickedly funny black comedy that follows the increasingly bizarre series of events that befall hapless word-processer Griffin Dunne after...
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100

Empire

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Martin Scorsese’s take on NYC puts a hip spin on Joe Minion’s cleverly constructed nightmare.
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100

Chicago Reader

By Dave Kehr
Martin Scorsese transforms a debilitating convention of 80s comedy--absurd underreaction to increasingly bizarre and threatening...
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100

Wall Street Journal

By Julie Salamon
This unpredictable and hilarious paranoid fantasy is a contemporary, urban "Wizard of Oz," peopled by punk artists and Yuppie vigilantes...
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100

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
After Hours is a brilliant film that is so original, so particular, that we are uncertain from moment to moment exactly how to respond to...
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91

The A.V. Club

By Scott Tobias
After Hours is a caffeinated black comedy with an emphasis on speed. With a small crew and a tight shooting schedule, Scorsese transformed...
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80

Variety

The cinema of paranoia and persecution reaches an apogee in After Hours, a nightmarish black comedy from Martin Scorsese. Anxiety-ridden...
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60

The New York Times

By Vincent Canby
After Hours is not, ultimately, a satisfying film, but it's often vigorously unsettling.
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a stone cold classic!

By MJherger
Well, I haven't seen this in years but found myself on this page and decided it deserved a mention... Love this film, nice work!...

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