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Any serious message has been sacrificed on the altar of excess, making us realize why the stylish story probably worked better as a graphic comic book than as a film.
New York Times:
The direction occasionally rises to the level of marginal competence, but for most of the film it is hard to tell who is chasing who or why.
J. R. Jones,
The torture is strictly for kicks, which spoiled this for me, but less skittish viewers may enjoy this as a stylish and tightly wound genre piece.
New York Daily News:
The unceasing sadism is so graphically excessive, the director just ends up exposing his own obsession.
Funny, absurd, nightmarishly visceral and -- of course -- deeply serious.
Even hardy gonzo-cinema auds will likely find the hectic pace overstimulating to the point of numbed-out tedium.