Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Memorable enough. Read full review
Never-quite-believable crime drama. Read full review
When you have Bruce Dern and Randy Quaid in a movie, you have expectations. Those two rarely disappoint, and that continues to be the case here. Read full review
A very uneven dark comedy. Read full review
The middling new Milwaukee, Minnesota, on the other hand, qualifies as 100 percent faux-noir. It recycles much from classic thrillers but has little to add. Read full review
It's a fantastic-looking picture in search of a decent script. Read full review
More predictable than its makers seem aware, its emotional hooks much too dull to pull us in. Read full review
Saddled with an improbable plotline and an incoherent character, Garity demurs on the invitation to overact. Read full review
Maybe if Mindel had focused more on his characters, less on the silly "noir" trickery, his film would do Garity justice. As it is, go find better work, kid. Read full review
A riot of artfully grungy hotel rooms, sleazy costumes and sordid behavior, Allan Mindel's directing debut gives off the smug air of hipsters at play, making it hard to care what happens to any of its lost souls and inept opportunists. Read full review
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