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February 26, 2012
Pretty intense movie.
April 09, 2011
I thought this movie was pure filth. In Dear John I loved this girl's acting but now I wouldn'******* another of her movies. She should have backed down from doing this one. The Moore woman should have too. Dumb plot, dumb writer and Director and dumb people period. UGH!!!!!
September 19, 2010
The plot could have been good but instead they turned it into a soft porno. It went in a strange direction at the end like maybe they did not know how to end it. My advice is, I would not spend more than one doller to see it. On second thought, i would use that one dollar for a pack of gum instead.
August 15, 2010
OMG who is this ********, this is for movie reviews, its not Dr phil \/ \/
August 07, 2010
NcFrrst I think you are disgusting for bring up Liam's wife's death, who are you to judge someone else's pain. It is a review of the film that is what he does act. You inconsiderate jerk. He has children and family, you probably sit at home in your mothers basement with cream at the side with tissue, probably don't even wipe your hands. Anyways, I have not seen the film yet when I do I will
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The New York Times
Mr. Egoyan has shown off these etchings before -- a solemn young woman in lingerie, a handsome older man in the throes of erotic distress -- and the artistry he brings to the display feels tired and thin this time around. Chloe works hard at seduction, but its heart isn't really in the game. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
Envisioned as a psychosexual thriller about a woman scorned, director Atom Egoyan's latest puzzle is just puzzling, little more than a messy affair with mood lighting, sexy lingerie, heavy breathing and swelling, um, music. Full Review
The story is the problem here, devolving into a ridiculous situation that produces far more groans than chills or thrills. Full Review
Chloe remains engaging for longer than any movie this schlocky and overwritten has a right to be. But the movie loses what little goodwill it's managed to build up by the last act, which feels clumsily grafted from a completely different film. Full Review
For those who remember Egoyan at the top of his craft, there's no way to represent this as anything less than another disappointment. Full Review