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'Chloe' Gives Erotic Thrillers a good namenew

Director Atom Egoyan uses insightful dialogue to induce heavy breathing.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  04-13-2010  |  Reviews

'Chloe': Canadians Get Dirty (in a Clean Way)new

By about the halfway point, the film 'Chloe' starts to morph into your basic erotic thriller.
Weekly Alibi  |  Devin D. O'Leary  |  03-30-2010  |  Reviews

Atom Egoyan on Psychological Thrillers, the Future of Indie Cinema and 'Chloe'new

In Chloe, Atom Egoyan takes us into the seemingly pristine world of Julianne Moore and Liam Neeson, a doctor and professor respectively, who live in the upscale strata of Toronto, charming son by their side.
Montreal Mirror  |  Matthew Hays  |  03-30-2010  |  Reviews

Blackmail Kisses: Atom Egoyan Turns on the Red Light

You couldn't hope for a higher caliber sexploitation movie than "Chloe," even if the sex thriller falls flatter than a day-old quiche.
City Pulse  |  Cole Smithey  |  03-22-2010  |  Reviews

Rudo y Cursi': Confusion in the Southnew

Rudo y Cursi is not a typical comic buddy flick about the misadventures of two rancheros from the sticks. As conceived by writer-director Carlos Cuaron, the brothers' picaresque story is a sharp social satire of contemporary Mexico, held together by the slapstick glue of their country-boy antics.
East Bay Express  |  Kelly Vance  |  05-13-2009  |  Reviews

'Adoration' Is a Forward-Thinking Exploratory Work of Cinema

Talented Canadian auteur Atom Egoyan errs on the side of shattered melodrama in a thought-provoking dissection of post-9/11 sensibilities.
City Pulse  |  Cole Smithey  |  05-11-2009  |  Reviews

Threesome Gone Badnew

Atom Egoyan's erotic thriller leaves a few too many loose ends.
Tucson Weekly  |  James DiGiovanna  |  11-17-2005  |  Reviews

Lying Downnew

Distributor ThinkFilm raised so much of a stink about its Where the Truth Lies receiving an NC-17 rating that one had to assume the movie was some sort of crusading artistic statement.
Orlando Weekly  |  Steve Schneider  |  11-11-2005  |  Reviews

The Corpse Isn't the Only Thing That's Stiffnew

Master filmmaker Atom Egoyan goes for the mainstream with this new murder mystery, but sadly his aim is way, way off.
Austin Chronicle  |  Marjorie Baumgarten  |  11-10-2005  |  Reviews

Film Riffs on Comedy Duo's Splitnew

In Atom Egoyan's mystery, dripping with Hollywood noir, rival manuscripts reveal blackmail and murder behind the collapse of comedy headliners clearly based on Dean Martin and Jerry Lewis.
Creative Loafing (Atlanta)  |  Curt Holman  |  11-04-2005  |  Reviews

Unreal World

This film about a journalist's investigation of two former song-and-joke partners would have been more convincing with actors who played both sides of their characters.
Washington City Paper  |  Mark Jenkins  |  10-27-2005  |  Reviews

Strange Brewnew

Great performances by male leads Kevin Bacon and Colin Firth can't save this film about an obsessed celebrity journalist from a B-movie script.
East Bay Express  |  Melissa Levine  |  10-24-2005  |  Reviews

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