Shattered

critic Reviews

, 19% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Christy LemireFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    A knowingly cheesy B movie. It is decent trash.
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    Matt Zoller SeitzRogerEbert.com
    [Shattered] is a machine that promises to fulfill certain functions. Unfortunately, the craftsmanship is lacking.
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    While "Shattered" director Luis Prieto and screenwriter David Loughery get the surface details right, they fail to deliver what made the likes of "Fatal Attraction" and "Single White Female" so memorable...
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    Michael NordineVariety
    Shades of everything from "Misery" to "Audition," albeit with little of either film's bawdy bravura.
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    Randy MyersSan Jose Mercury News
    92 minutes of vigorous, highly unfulfilling sex, an asinine neo-noir plot and lame dialogue uttered with unrelenting woodiness.
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    Richard WhittakerAustin Chronicle
    The smooth-crotched erotic thriller equivalent of banging a G.I. Joe and a Barbie together.
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    Jackie K. Cooperjackiekcooper.com
    Interesting because of its unique focus. You won't see characters like these in your average movie.
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    Andy KleinFilmWeek (KPCC - NPR Los Angeles)
    Not my cup of tea, but -- I will admit -- nicely done.
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    Asher LubertoThe Playlist
    A twisty tale of secrets, cliches and Lifetime characters that could only come out this month--it's impossible to imagine this coming out in December, that's for sure.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This erotic thriller seems to have all of the pieces required by the subgenre, but despite a decent try at some heat, it glides across its cool, glossy surface, forgettable and passionless.
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