The Immaculate Room

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, 30% Rotten Tomatometer Score
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    Owen GleibermanVariety
    In the end, the audience has to answer the question that’s put to the characters: Do we care more about the $5 million or them? I confess I wound up with the wrong answer.
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    Gary M. KramerSalon.com
    This film offers some interesting food for thought for folks who are game.
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    Katie WalshTribune News Service
    It’s all just a little too immaculately rendered to be satisfying, or even compelling beyond the initial conceit.
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    Lena WilsonNew York Times
    The film focuses more on one character’s moral defects than the sketchy project overall, leading to a conclusion that feels unsatisfying at best and pompous at worst.
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    Manuel BetancourtAV Club
    Despite its thrilling central performances and its sleek production design, The Immaculate Room has more ideas than it can hold together, and emerges, quite ironically it must be said, as quite a muddled mess.
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    Marshall ShafferDecider
    The Immaculate Room becomes about as nondescript and bland as its one setting.
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    Dennis SchwartzDennis Schwartz Movie Reviews
    A character-driven psychological thriller that is outlandish.
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    Steven WarnerIn Review Online
    At 90 minutes, the movie feels as if it is unspooling in real time, as writer-director Mukunda Michael Dewil does nothing either visually or thematically interesting with the material at hand.
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    Kimberly PierceGeek Girl Authority
    It’s hard to get caught up in the action. The dragging scenes... don’t lead to claustrophobic tension. It leads to boredom... As the final credits roll, it feels like you’ve spent 50 days with the characters, and that’s not necessarily a good thing.
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    Steven ProkopyThird Coast Review
    The movie is a terrific acting exercise, and it has a few themes that feel relevant to recent times without beating us over the head with Messages.
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