Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Funny, pungent, and weirdly gripping. Read full review
An uneven movie that nonetheless bristles with stinging wit and exerts a perverse fascination. Read full review
Has the feverish intensity of a bad dream, leavened with a subversive sense of humor that is both sophisticated and cracked. Read full review
The real highlight is when Bateman and his co-workers compare custom business cards in a grueling, ego-shattering game of one-upmanship that is so linked to their sense of self it might as well be Russian roulette. Read full review
Exceedingly well cast and assembled with flashy visuals and pacing by Harron, this period piece is diminished by its relative pointlessness. Read full review
Christian Bale is heroic in the way he allows the character to leap joyfully into despicability. Read full review
The film's details are spot-on, its tone ludicrously ironic, and its casting deft. Read full review
Harron validates and largely clarifies the work. Read full review
In both senses of the word, American Psycho wastes its women. Read full review
A high-end version of "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" set in the rarefied bistros, boites and brokerages of Yuppie Manhattan in the 1980s. Read full review
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