Inheritance

critic Reviews

28% Rotten Tomatometer Score28%
  • A would-be thriller that waits far too long to embrace the daffy potential of its bizarre premise, this Inheritance should be steadfastly refused.
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    Nell MinowRogerEbert.com
    A script that didn't think past the trailer.
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    Peter TraversRolling Stone
    A blithering botch job of a thriller that begs the question: "Come on, are you effing kidding me?" If this is an inheritance, leave us out of the will, please.
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    Katie WalshLos Angeles Times
    "Succession" ("Parasite" x "I Know What You Did Last Summer"/"Shallow Grave") = "Inheritance."
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    James BerardinelliReelViews
    Roughly 20 minutes into Inheritance, I was hooked... Alas, Inheritance isn't 20 minutes long.
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    Glenn KennyNew York Times
    This movie aspires to generate the kind of rich-people-you-love-to-hate juice of cable TV series such as "Billions" and "Succession." Ultimately, "Inheritance" doesn't even get to the level of "Dynasty."
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    This overlong tale spends most of its nearly two hours as a somewhat draggy, talky mystery before finally deciding to be a thriller, with credibility lacking throughout.
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    Anne BrodieWhat She Said
    As outrageous as it sounds, and the fact she wears stilettos to trek to the fort in the woods at night, and occasional clunkery, it's fun!
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    Pamela PowellDaily Journal (Kankakee, IL)
    Pegg's performance elevates the film as he creates a character with whom we vacillate, eliciting a myriad of emotions for this character.
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    Daniel M. KimmelNorth Shore Movies
    Inheritance is the cinematic equivalent of the paperback you leave at the beach or airport after you finished it, diverting but forgettable. Sometimes that's enough.
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    MaryAnn JohansonFlick Filosopher
    Nothing works in this ludicrous thriller, which fails to compel us with its roster of monstrous characters. Lily Collins is woefully miscast; Patrick Warburton and Simon Pegg are criminally wasted.
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