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Neveldine and Taylor’s spazzy (but coherent) action scenes rely mostly on blood spurts instead of feats of badassery, but their dystopia is inventive and their visual schemes diverse. Read full review
Crank’s Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor direct with their usual flashy brio, and basso profundo Keith David has a sublime cameo as a cop indignant at the thought of a pistachio peanut butter sandwich. It’s that kind of movie, folks. Read full review
The audience gets played in Gamer. This latest eye-scraper from writer-directors Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor is as hopped up as their "Crank" pics, but with dour Gerard Butler as a soldier commandeered by a teenage gamer, it's considerably less interactive. Read full review
The technical barrage of visual and digital effects, quick cuts and strobe lighting does produce something akin to the sensation of playing a video game. So why, one wonders, don't potential viewers simply play one instead of watching this pale imitation? Read full review
For long stretches of the PlayStation-minded Gamer, the action does drag. Read full review
I wonder if Gamer might make a good game; it certainly doesn't make a good movie. Read full review
Rarely have the words "game over" come as such sweet relief. Read full review
Considerably less of a thrillgasm than playing "Frogger" blindfolded. Read full review
As the brutish Kable, Gerard Butler must find out who's pulling his strings, but it's the audience whose chain gets yanked by this headache-inducing techno-violent mishmash. Read full review
What the movie needs more than anything else is a fast-forward button. Read full review
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