Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Arnold reminds us that the best thrillers don't settle for taking the audience away from their everyday experience; rather, they burrow inward and, by sheer power of cinematic observation, make it hard for us to look away lest we miss something--on a screen or off. Read full review
It's a wonderful debut, despite all the pain you may feel watching it. Read full review
Academy Award-winning live-action-short director Andrea Arnold makes a startlingly assured debut with this low-key psychological chiller. Read full review
Though not flawless, this is a compelling study, in Dogme style, of a wounded young woman who spends her working life spying on others. Read full review
The movie's intense focus skillfully exposes the raw pain just under the skin of a seemingly ordinary citizen. Read full review
Surprisingly moving and intellectually satisfying. Read full review
Dickie is intense in her screen debut, which requires her to be in nearly every scene. The supporting cast is strong, and Robbie Ryan's handheld camera provides gritty ambiance for this taut thriller. Read full review
It's a taut, unexpected study that asks many questions about retribution and redemption. Read full review
You might call the film "Rear Window Times 100." Read full review
The movie trades the paranoia of modern omni-cam culture for a tighter, more personal drama, and while it sticks with you, you feel the missed opportunity like a phantom leg. Read full review
cold and desolate
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