Does he (Hartley) succeed? Not with a movie this plodding, peevish and gimmicky. Is it fun to watch him try? Me, I'll take failed ambition over hack efficiency any day. show more
Less an American product than an international escapade, it's the kind of pigeonhole-resisting romp that Hollywood too rarely provides. show more
If you've come to appreciate Hal Hartley's idiosyncratic style through films like "Flirt" and "The Unbelievable Truth," his take on the monster movie genre will intrigue you. But, ultimately, disappoint you. show more
I found the movie quite haunting. I loved \"the monster\". The girl was perfect. It was an eerie movie of fear, love, betrayal. Helen Mirren as outstanding.