Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
Rereading Greene's book, one is struck anew by the absolute perfection of the film's casting. Read full review
Splendid acting helps Jordan achieve most of his goals, although some may find the romantic and religious elements an uneasy mixture. Read full review
Without a hint of sanctimony, it is a love story as much about soul as heart. Read full review
Few recent movie romances have a more chilling and peculiar feel -- and a more sobering aftertaste -- than Neil Jordan's heart-rendingly cold adaptation of Affair. Read full review
The affair itself, in its genteel way, does catch fire, but it's the end of the affair that needs to move us to rapture, and the movie, instead, just drifts away. Read full review
Many of the right elements -- the '40s look, the melodrama, the love that transcends reason. Read full review
The immaculately crafted film that just sits there and refuses to come to life. Read full review
Rather prosy until its final third. Then it grabs you with unexpected force. Read full review
Its impression lingers in the mind, giving the film a longer half-life than it would otherwise deserve. Read full review
This is the kind of movie in which even the sex scenes are soulless. Read full review
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