If I Didn't Care
If I Didn't Care (2007)

Sibling filmmakers Benjamin and Orson Cummings write, produce, and direct this Hitchcock-influenced noir thriller starring Bill Sage as Davis Meyers, a trophy husband who lives in the Hamptons and resorts to infidelity and murder as a means… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: August 3, 2007
DVD Release Date: December 9, 2008
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Los Angeles Times

There actually is much to like in If I Didn't Care, bits and pieces that might have come together in a way that's more satisfying, but instead it just feels haphazardly tossed together.

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Michael Esposito
Chicago Tribune

The ending offers a bit of a surprise, but overall events are pretty much telegraphed, but not as fast in transmission. The running time is not much more than an hour, but it seems much, much longer.

Jules Brenner
Cinema Signals

This noir murder story starts off with wandering aim and gets its sights lined up only slightly.

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Bill Stamets
Chicago Sun-Times

'Hitchcockian' is the less than lilting compliment used to hype this Long Island noir.

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Frank Scheck
Hollywood Reporter

...the film is notable for its picturesque Hamptons locations and the brevity of its 75-minute running time.

Andy Klein
Los Angeles CityBeat

... this snappy little thriller has many virtues but is terribly compromised by some really awful plotting.

Peter Rainer
Christian Science Monitor

The Kingdom is ostensibly set in Saudi Arabia but it's really a fantasy action game about winning the war in Iraq.

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Kyle Smith
New York Post

At 80 minutes, this movie is short, but long enough to be boring.

Cynthia Fuchs

While Davis' will is generally apathetic, and its results seemingly accidental, the film reinforces Linus' argument in another, more painfully stereotypical way, when the underclass takes revenge.

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