Mine
Mine (2017)

This action-packed military thriller stars Armie Hammer (FREE FIRE, THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E.) as a U.S. soldier who, stranded in the desert for 52 hours after a mission falls apart, must fight for survival against his enemies, the hostile… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: April 7, 2017
DVD Release Date: June 13, 2017
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Critic Score: 16% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Brian Tallerico
RogerEbert.com

Every time that Mine threatens to come apart under its own pretensions (which is relatively often), Hammer does something subtle and believable to ground it.

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Alan Zilberman
Washington Post

"Mine" is a classic example of a high-concept film that painstakingly sets up its unusual premise, only to squander it.

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Marija Djurovic
Cairo360

Stylishly shot, although somewhat flawed.

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Kate Erbland
indieWire

For a film that's built on such a banger of a premise, Mine never leaves Mike alone for too long, robbing it of the tension and terror that made Mike's early solitary moments hit so hard.

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Cary Darling
Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com

"Mine" shimmers with a dusty authenticity...But as more of Mike's clichéd back story becomes clear over the course of a long 106 minutes, the film becomes almost as much of an endurance test for the audience as it is for Mike.

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Stephen Danay
Under the Radar

It's hard not to feel bad for Armie Hammer through all of this. ... he's asked to do little more than endure suffering, like Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant, except less interestingly shot.

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Gary Goldstein
Los Angeles Times

The film is often a marvel of visual and narrative resourcefulness.

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Owen Gleiberman
Variety

The Fabios appear to have some talent, but not a lot of common sense.

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Todd Jorgenson
Cinemalogue.com

... becomes repetitive and increasingly far-fetched, which diminishes the topical relevance of the material.

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