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Not Rated In Theaters 02/22/2013 , 83min.
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Andrew O'Hehir
Rubberneck immediately put me in mind of the classic slow burn of vintage thrillers like Fritz Lang’s “M” and Michael Powell’s “Peeping Tom,” although Karpovsky and co-writer Garth Donovan have cited all kinds of other things, from “Michael Clayton” to “Caché” to “Fatal Attraction.” Full Review
Drew Taylor
The Playlist
Rubberneck is a thriller too drab and self-obsessed to ever be truly thrilling. Full Review
Eric Kohn
Rubberneck has more in common with the growing Karpovsky oeuvre than it may appear -- and even inadvertently critiques it. Full Review
Ernest Hardy
Village Voice
Karpovsky is unsettlingly good as Paul, and Newman's Danielle is sexy and layered. Full Review
Ian Buckwalter
The thriller elements of the plot — which Karpovsky delivers quite ably, with an electric tension that carries through much of the film — aren't really balanced by the personal revelations on which Karpovsky eventually hangs Paul's problems. Both the mystery and the character piece wind up feeling incomplete. Full Review

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