Solace
Solace (2016)

When FBI Special Agent Joe Merriwether (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) is unable to solve a series of homicides, he decides to enlist the help of his former colleague Dr. John Clancy (Anthony Hopkins), a retired physician with psychic powers. The… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: December 16, 2016
DVD Release Date: December 16, 2016
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Critic Score: 26% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Bernard Besserglik
Hollywood Reporter

The chemistry [Anthony Hopkins and Colin Farrell] achieve is a powerful argument for giving Solace its chance on the multiplex circuit.

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Edu Galán
Cinemanía (Spain)

The first half of the movie is OK, but Hopkins playing a good Hannibal Lecter kind of guy is just excruciating. [Full review in Spanish]

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Marija Loncarevic
Cairo360

Farrell, Morgan and Cornish can't do much to elevate above the material's mediocre and, at times, ludicrous set-up.

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Peter Debruge
Variety

[A] reasonably clever genre entry ...

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Jordi Costa
El Pais (Spain)

A film that in more capable hands and less studio interference could've been great. [Full review in Spanish]

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Gaspar Zimerman
Clarín

It doesn't makes you feel fear or fascination, or anything. [Full Review in Spanish]

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Javier Porta Fouz
La Nación (Argentina)

A bad and boring film that isn't even one of those "it's so bad that it's funny" type of movies. [Full review in Spanish]

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Alberto Abuín
Blog de cine

The problem with the film is that it lacks focus and it has too many subplots. [Full review in Spanish]

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Emiliano Basile
EscribiendoCine

Nothing more than the story of the retired hero that comes back for one last chance at redemption, poorly dressed as something else. [Full review in Spanish]

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Carlos Magalhães
The only solace I had was when this crappy derivative of Se7en ended, because there is nothing worse or more embarrassing than witnessing an amateur director… More