Mary Reilly 1996

Critics score:
26 / 100

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Susan Stark, Detroit News: Unfortunately, your response to the bizarre story of terror and lust that dare not speak their name is pretty well limited to Roberts' response -- which is, in turn, limited by her technique. Read more

Janet Maslin, New York Times: Read more

Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times: Sluggish and interminable, Mary Reilly makes good on little of its potential to be disturbing and none of its chance to be emotionally involving. Read more

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James Berardinelli, ReelViews: Mary Reilly is haunting, not only because of its foggy, shadowy settings, but because of the questions it encourages us to ask about ourselves and others. Read more

Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times: Mary Reilly works as Gothic melodrama because it understands the genre so well. Read more

Peter Stack, San Francisco Chronicle: The film is too mannered, too stuffy. Read more

Derek Adams, Time Out: Read more

Godfrey Cheshire, Variety: Read more