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November 19, 2008
A typical product of the socialist gerontocracy that still rules the mind of France. Who's the bad guy in this movie? -- a businessman. It just takes far more excruciatingly long to get to this pin-headed conclusion than it ever would with a B-grade American flim.
October 18, 2008
Incredible on so many levels; the acting is flawless, engaging, and brilliant; tender flashbacks, symbolic music selections, rough and smooth camera shots and angles, and intelligent dialogue bring this film together to weave the intricate and compelling plot and love story ending. This is my favorite film in several years! It is a believable and beautifully crafted film.
September 07, 2008
This movie was riviting, exciting , and extremely well acted. it is not to be missed.
August 31, 2008
it was the worse movie in the world. you look at the name and the poster and you see that it says its the perfect thiller and then you read about the man whos wife was murdered 8 years ago and now she's e-mailing him and you would think great movie because its a horror movie. but wrongo it's all in french and the english subtitles go a mile a min
August 31, 2008
A pleasure viewing an extremely entertaining, emotionally gripping love story and action murder mystery, all wonderfully acted and with character development, as well. Better than anything else presented this summer. US films should pay attention to the fine quality films being produced abroad. An added plus -- the actors don't look like tinsel town celebrities who mostly too much look like
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San Francisco Chronicle
It just does everything really well: perfect pacing, lovely camera work, spot-on acting and an ingenious plot. Full Review
A crafty, swift, subtly stylish thriller. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
Thrillers aren't always so thrilling, but Tell No One is -- and absorbing, sometimes perplexing and often stirring as well. Full Review
Los Angeles Times
Author Coben, who says he is a fan of "stories that move you, that grab hold of your heart and do not let it go," has gotten a film that does exactly that. Full Review
The Hollywood Reporter
Spicing up the entire package is a screenplay by Canet and Philippe Lefebvre that bristles with wit and energy. Full Review