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New York Times:
The full explanation for the movie's graphically depicted horrors is preposterous even by the almost-anything- goes standards of the action-thriller conspiracy genre.
The most American French movie ever, it's like a Hollywood blockbuster that accidentally got made by smart people. And it's excellent.
San Francisco Chronicle:
Some actors are just automatically the moral locus of every scene they're in. They're the major movie stars, and Reno is one of those.
Dull and unpleasant, which hardly beckons us to make an emotional investment.