75

New York Observer

By Rex Reed
Seeking Justice is an intense thriller so full of shocks it keeps you wired from start to finish.
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67

Entertainment Weekly

By Owen Gleiberman
The movie is never dull, though, and Cage acts every moment as if he means it. As the cult's leader, Guy Pearce, looking deeply creepy with a shaved head, has a cruel playfulness.
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50

Miami Herald

By Rene Rodriguez
Eventually, though, Seeking Justice devolves into the usual business of chases and elaborate double-crosses that leave behind all vestiges of realism for the sake of popcorn thrills.
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50

ReelViews

By James Berardinelli
Ultimately, as things develop, this becomes less about revenge than it does about escaping a set-up. A successful production of this sort needs to constantly elevate the stakes as it builds suspense. Seeking Justice fails and that failure makes it a dubious movie-going choice best suited to the low expectations of a video release.
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45

Movieline

Some of the film's limpness is due to the fact that Cage plays Will in a minor weird key as opposed to one of his major ones -- there are no fits of operatic oddness.
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40

The Hollywood Reporter

Neither the script's conspiracies nor Nicolas Cage's performance is weird enough to trump the film's generic feel.
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40

NPR

By Scott Tobias
In the end, though, Seeking Justice evokes the post-Watergate paranoia of '70s thrillers like "The Parallax View" and "Three Days of the Condor" without having a worthy conspiracy at the bottom.
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40

New York Daily News

By Elizabeth Weitzman
Cage and the always-intense Pearce keep this thing going, but even they seem to know the ultimate destination is a bargain bin.
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38

Chicago Sun-Times

By Roger Ebert
Here is a story hammered together from discards at the Lunacy Factory. Attempting to find something to praise, I am reduced to this: Cage's performance is not boring.
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25

New York Post

By Lou Lumenick
Completed four years ago, Seeking Justice is dutifully directed, with an absolute minimum of thrills, by Roger Donaldson, whose credits include the terrific "No Way Out" (1987)...That film's title is a pretty good description of where Cage's career seems to be headed.
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38 out of 100
Generally unfavorable reviews
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