Clue 1985

Critics score:
62 / 100

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Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times: It's not the least bit scary or suspenseful but instead quickly grows tedious. The more you struggle to keep track of the constantly multiplying plot developments, the harder it gets to care who did it. Read more

Janet Maslin, New York Times: Though it takes only 87 minutes to arrive at one of its three different solutions, it has long since worn out its welcome by the denouement. Read more

Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader: Only Lesley Ann Warren, as a tough-talking madam, finds an effective level of stylization, using her leggy physique and wildly expressive features to create a cartoonish figure that's funny within its own boundaries. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: One ending is more than enough. Read more

Trevor Johnston, Time Out: The characters are less credible than their plastic counterparts, the puerile humour is dispiriting, and the plotting pulled this way and that by the conceit of releasing the film in the US with a trio of alternate endings. Read more

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