Unhinged

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, 45% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Russell Crowe makes for a compulsively watchable villain, but Unhinged lacks enough intelligence or depth to get sufficient mileage out of its pulpy premise.
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    Charlotte O'SullivanLondon Evening Standard
    Even when simply glowering, Crowe keeps us guessing.
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    Philip De SemlyenTime Out
    Russell Crowe's satisfyingly nasty turn deserved a bit more brains to go with the brawn.
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    Kaleem AftabindieWire
    "Unhinged" plays less like an attempt to save the cinema than to burn it all down.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    This barnstorming road-rage thriller is the first post-lockdown title that dares to give us pre-pandemic cinematic pleasures.
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    Stephen DaltonHollywood Reporter
    Unwatchable.
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    Guy LodgeVariety
    The carnage is the point here, not any of the reasoning behind it, and Borte and Crowe bring it to a suitably frothing, furious head...
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    Alistair HarknessScotsman
    Sadly, there could be no worse advert for the pleasures of the big screen than this frequently nasty and just plain dumb excuse for a movie.
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    Vicky RoachDaily Telegraph (Australia)
    Despite strong performances from its two leads, Unhinged has very little to say about - well anything.
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    Tom ShoneSunday Times (UK)
    [T]he film is an unappealing blend of visceral 'ave-a-go populism and blame-game sociology - in its own way it is the perfect encapsulation of the whine-a-thon America has become these days, but not in the way the film-makers intended.
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    Emma SimmondsThe List
    It's the kind of film where everything slavishly services the plot, even the most throwaway of comments will ultimately come into play.
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