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The Next Three Days

Rated PG-13 for violence, drug material, language, some sexuality and thematic elements.

PG-13 In Theaters 11/19/2010 , 122min.
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95%
Viewer score based on 284 ratings
52%
Critic score based on 35 reviews

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April 17, 2013
bawestray
Great movie and it keeps you guessing right up to the last minute. Good to see more than once.
November 23, 2011
spierce861
I think Russell Crowe was magnifiicent in this. I wish a man loved me that much!!
April 24, 2011
xxkroegerrkoxx
Loved it.
March 15, 2011
Jackd1207
Okay, this is tough for me because Russell Crowe is my favorite actor. It was just....OK. There, I said it. Crowe did the best he could, but, the story was lame. The protagonist, a cop that shows up half way into the movie seems to have ESP in trailing Crowe's character, always a step behind. Rent it, don't
March 14, 2011
Cfethersto
i kept thinking it was about to get good, ************* boring almost the whole way through.

Critic Reviews powered by Metacritic ™

New York Observer
Speaking of afterthoughts, Olivia Wilde has a bit part as a single mom who unwittingly aids and abets the Brennans in their escape, and Brian Dennehy lurches silently through a number of scenes as John's working-class father. It's jarring to see such big-name actors in such thankless roles. Full Review
A.O. Scott
The New York Times
There is all kinds of potential here, but Mr. Haggis lacks the Hitchcockian sense of mischief to make it blossom. Full Review
Ann Hornaday
Washington Post
It plods along dutifully, with the occasional zigzag into contrivance, tidy coincidence and outright preposterousness. Full Review
Betsy Sharkey
Los Angeles Times
About 33 minutes in, I couldn't help but think, if they do another close-up of your watch as it tick, tick, ticks toward another three, I will scream. But honestly, any screaming should be directed at Paul Haggis, who both wrote and directed this mess. Full Review
David Denby
The New Yorker
An accomplished, intelligent, often exciting piece of work, but I can't help wishing that Haggis had figured out how to make it more fun. [22 Nov. 2010, p. 140] Full Review

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