The Cold Light of Day 2012

Critics score:
5 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Stephen Holden, New York Times: A catastrophe worth noting only for the presence of its name cast. Read more

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Nathan Rabin, AV Club: Defined by needless, frenetic exertion in lieu of anything resembling inspiration. Read more

Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader: Cavill is no substitute for Van Damme, whose self-critical performance gave the earlier movie much of its heft Read more

Clark Collis, Entertainment Weekly: Apes The Bourne Identity so slavishly yet so boringly it winds up with no identity at all. Read more

Sheri Linden, Los Angeles Times: The script throws around phrases like "intel," "terrorist" and "rogue operative," but as time bombs go, the briefcase-versus-loved-ones ultimatum barely ticks. Read more

James Berardinelli, ReelViews: Charging $10 for this movie is criminal; vouchers and letters of apology should be handed out at the exit for those stalwart viewers who stick it out to the end. Read more

Alonso Duralde, TheWrap: This isn't great cinema, or even a movie you'll remember four hours later, but as stupid thrill rides go, it's smart enough to show you a good time. Read more

Guy Lodge, Time Out: It all boils down to a series of riotously extended showdowns between Cavill and Weaver... Read more

Charles Gant, Variety: Read more