Peacock (2010)

Peacock follows the story of John Skillpa, a quiet bank clerk living in Nebraska, who appears to have a perfectly ordinary life. However, John has a secret which is threatening to be discovered. Suffering from multiple personality disorder,… More

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Rated: PG-13
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Release Date: January 1, 2010
DVD Release Date: April 20, 2010
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Christian Toto
Washington Times

While the film can't measure up to its psychologically bent scenario, it's still an intriguing choice at the local DVD store or on-demand service.

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Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

A surprisingly effective (given its miniscule theatrical release) sub-Hitchcock thriller with an excellent cast,

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Bannan instant enigma- just add water
Review TBC, although this has been one of the most infuriating endings I've ever had to endure.
Conner Rainwater
Cillian Murphy second tranny movie, this time he's even more convincing as a woman. The movie itself is very interesting, having a lot to do with what… More
Chris Weber
It's a shame that this film was a direct-to-DVD relase, becaue, it really deserves a lot more recognition. This small, quiet indie psychological… More
Jake ....
So, I hadn't actually realized that Peacock was set in Nebraska, not Iowa, until looking at the little description thing right now. It explains the whole… More
Cynthia S.
I enjoyed this film for what it was. It had a very Hitchcock vibe, and Cillian Murphy did a great job. The movie built some suspense very well, and certainly… More
Robert C
Because of the fact that the story unwinds very slowly and it is (generally speaking) a very quiet and methodical film, I'm afraid it won't appeal to… More