(1999)

Critic Reviews

28

Metascore

Based on 31 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
90
TNT RoughCut
Ranks with the best of the bunch, given its spooky storyline that fuses religion with down-to-earth characters.
67
Portland Oregonian
Less and less a skillfully creepy B-movie and more and more a plea for ecumenical reform.
50
Philadelphia Inquirer
Begins with a scene of mass repentance, but the real sin here is a profligate waste of talent.
42
Seattle Post-Intelligencer
There's not an authentically scary moment in it.
38
Baltimore Sun
Busy, over-stylized mess of a movie.
38
Charlotte Observer
Repeated lapses in continuity and common sense.
38
New York Daily News
By the time the credits roll and a disclaimer informs us that there may, in fact, be a lost gospel of Jesus and that it is being suppressed by the Church, all we can think to say is, "Ah, shaudup!"
30
Can anyone but a lapsed Catholic possibly be interested in this unpleasant, anti-Papist creepshow?
30
Village Voice
Despite exposition delivered so redundantly and witlessly you think you're in a Kaplan class, Stigmata manages to be incoherent.
25
Chicago Tribune
Tom Lazarus and Rick Ramage should be ashamed to have written such nonsense.

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