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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

Gallo's Polenew

Despite its formalistic failings and truly absurd Porn Moment, there's a morbidity here that feels quite genuine, and after the movie is over, it amounts to rough-hewn poetry.
Westword  |  Gregory Weinkauf  |  10-13-2004  |  Reviews

Echoing Disasternew

Never at any time in The Brown Bunny does Vincent Gallo give the impression of being outside the world of the film: in The Brown Bunny, artist and world are one.
Boston Phoenix  |  Chris Fujiwara  |  09-02-2004  |  Reviews

Unmitigated Gallonew

Six angles on The Brown Bunny's vanishing points
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  Edward E. Crouse, Susan Gerhard, Chuck Stephens, Cheryl Eddy, Johnny Ray Huston and M.P. Klier  |  09-01-2004  |  Reviews

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