(I) (2005)

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Metascore

Based on 34 critic reviews provided by Metacritic.com
70
Washington Post
It's fast, slick, stupid, violent fun and, despite the cynically high body count, without serious intention in this world.
63
Chicago Tribune
It's a cheap thrill, with twists that later seem evident and foreshadowing that often seems obvious, with a B-movie look and vibe reminiscent of the much tighter "Jagged Edge."
50
The strapping Owen as a guy who can't handle himself and cutie-pie Aniston as a witchy woman? I don't think so. Talk about derailed.
50
This flaccid psychological thriller keeps spoiling its own surprise by constantly signaling the big plot twist.
50
Village Voice
Clive Owen proves he can just about save anything.
50
Dallas Observer
Villain? Great. Verdict? Average.
50
Stay home.
42
Entertainment Weekly
A junky thriller that mistakes brute-strength plot twist, showy violence, and the against-type participation of Jennifer Aniston for earned excitement.
40
Variety
This murky psychological suspenser manages the tricky feat of being as predictable as it is finally preposterous.
30
L.A. Weekly
Directed by Swedish filmmaker Mikael Håfström, who's clearly new at the genre, this aptly named movie is riddled with obvious parallels, crude moral talking points, a script so awful it's practically avant-garde, and a vain attempt at comic relief by RZA.

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