Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Palmetto has a satisfyingly deceptive plot that ultimately takes one too many turns. Read full review
Harrelson hits just the right sardonic note in this self-mocking crime drama, but look out for grisly touches along the way. Read full review
The result, as a colleague once so aptly put it, is less film noir than film beige. Read full review
There's no buildup and little shape. Scenes are strong, but the movie as a whole flags. Read full review
What begins as a lush, pulpy gothic laced with intrigue quickly spins into a convoluted web of over engineered and preposterous plot twists. Read full review
The movie has elements of the genre and lacks only pacing and plausibility. You wait through scenes that unfold with maddening deliberation, hoping for a payoff--and when it comes, you feel cheated. Read full review
There's not a moment of originality in the entire motion picture. Read full review
The script, based on British pulp writer James Hadley Chase's novel "Just Another Sucker," is a muddle, and no actors, no matter how compelling or talented, could make its silly dialogue work. Read full review
There is nothing reprehensible about Palmetto; it simply falls short of conviction because you're too aware you've seen it all a hundred times before. Read full review
This neo-noir pastiche is so preposterously overwrought that you keep figuring it must be some kind of joke, except that it's not funny. Read full review
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