Missing

critic Reviews

, 85% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Missing can strain credulity in its efforts to keep the audience guessing, but a fast pace and relatable fears keep this twisty techno-thriller from completely losing its way.
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    tt stern-enziWXIX-TV (Cincinnati, OH)
    There are a couple of moments where it gets close to going off the rails... but it doesn't.
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    Dwight BrownDwightBrownInk.com
    Rarely has this generation of social media fanatics and tech heads been given their own film. This is their gift. A homage to their way of life.
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    Christy LemireRogerEbert.com
    It pulls off the [same] impressive narrative highwire act but includes a couple twists too many.
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    James BerardinelliReelViews
    Missing works well enough as a popcorn flick that doesn’t demand much in the way of concentration. That makes it a solid throw-way that offers a couple hours of forgettable entertainment.
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    Radheyan SimonpillaiCTV's Your Morning
    Missing recreates the "Vertigo shot" on a screen space filled with FaceTime and Google Tabs. It gets five stars just for that!
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    A.A. DowdChron
    As a mystery, Missing has a cozy airport-fiction intrigue, like a Lois Duncan pageturner for a readership that swipes to turn pages.
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    Frank WilkinsReel Reviews
    Credit goes to Merrick and Johnson who have cracked the code on keeping us engaged via such an impersonal medium.
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    Sean CollierPittsburgh Magazine
    The twists ... are surprising and effective and the gimmick makes the most of them.
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    David NusairReel Film Reviews
    Missing is, for the most part, a top-notch piece of work that keeps the viewer guessing for the entirety of its (slightly overlong) 111 minute running time.
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    Cory Woodroof615 Film
    Missing is an absolute blast. Such a smart way to play the true crime game while cutting the culture around it to pieces.
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