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Edge of Darkness

(2010)

Rated R for strong bloody violence and language.

R In Theaters 01/29/2010 , 108min.
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54%
Viewer score based on 821 ratings
55%
Critic score based on 34 reviews

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July 22, 2011
simpsonfan818
this movie is mel gibsons best
April 30, 2011
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mel gibson sucks as a person so I did not want to watch this movie, but somehow when I was with some friends we ended up rented it on demand and I LOVED THIS MOVIE! Mel does a great job with his Boston accent and the twists and turns in this movie were GREAT! I ended up buying it on DVD and have now seen it 4 times and many more to come. GREAT MOVIE
March 28, 2011
buddy20112011
Mad Mel still makes a great movie - MUST SEE!
December 14, 2010
TorrentStrob
I thought that movie was fantastic. Loved it. Anyone who disagrees is a pansy.
July 30, 2010
EdRandB99
As usual Mel Gibson has a Great Movie. I enjoyed the mystery and the pace. I've seen it once in the theater, rented it once, and will definitely buy it. It is a great followup to the Lethal Weapon character.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

A.O. Scott
The New York Times
Edge of Darkness is reasonably well executed, but its competence reeks of fatigue. Another dead kid. Another angry dad. Another day at the office. Full Review
Brian Lowry
Variety
Campbell's topnotch production team yields predictably polished results, but the director's decision to revisit the late Troy Kennedy Martin's teleplay, finally, feels lacking. Full Review
Claudia Puig
USA Today
Though the experience is nerve-racking and cathartic under Campbell's skilled direction, musings on family and grief and Gibson's intense, but subtle, performance stay with us longest. Full Review
James Berardinelli
ReelViews
Considering the talent involved and the strength of the source material, there's no way Edge of Darkness should have been this disappointing. Part of the problem is a direct result of condensation - there's no way to cram six hours of the dense mini-series upon which the movie is based into about 110 minutes without paying a penalty. Full Review
Joe Morgenstern
Wall Street Journal
Edge of Darkness was one of the most enthralling, intricate and genuinely thrilling productions in the history of the small screen. The big-screen version--directed by Martin Campbell, who did the original--offers an example of why the studios' numbers often add up, and why, at the same time, so many of today's Hollywood movies leave us cool if not downright cold. Full Review

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