The New York Times
A political thriller that manages to be at once silly and clever, buoyantly satirical and sneakily disturbing, but he (Demme) has recovered some of the lightness and sureness of touch that had faded from his movies after "The Silence of the Lambs." Full Review
Beautifully made and unsurpassingly creepy, it's the rare remake with something contemporary to add.
A stylish hoot: entertainingly edgy and ludicrous all at once. Full Review
The result, regardless of how it was arrived at, is gutless. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
Shrewdly reconceived, powerfully acted and hugely entertaining. Full Review