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Les rivières pourpres 2000

Critics score:
68 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Robert K. Elder, Chicago Tribune: A flawed but fascinating thriller. Read more

Ebert & Roeper: Read more

Kevin Thomas, Los Angeles Times: Notably grisly, derivative and increasingly preposterous. Read more

Stephen Holden, 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. Read more

Mark Rahner, Seattle Times: The most American French movie ever, it's like a Hollywood blockbuster that accidentally got made by smart people. And it's excellent. Read more

Rick Groen, Globe and Mail: This is a French film desperate to please an American audience. Read more

Andrew Sarris, New York Observer: The digressions and diversions eventually overwhelm the narrative. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: A breathtaking exercise in the macabre. Read more

Mick LaSalle, 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. Read more

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Mike Clark, USA Today: Dull and unpleasant, which hardly beckons us to make an emotional investment. Read more

Lisa Nesselson, Variety: Read more

Jessica Winter, Village Voice: Kassovitz strips the David Fincher canon to the bone. Read more