Clover

critic Reviews

29% Rotten Tomatometer Score29%
  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Simon AbramsRogerEbert.com
    While Clover may not be original, it is pretty watchable.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    From the occasional flashy camera angles to a soundtrack peppered with deep-cut R&B songs, this movie slots right into some well-worn grooves. And yet it mostly works, thanks to an ace cast and a story that springs a few surprises.
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    Kate ErblandindieWire
    It's a good twist, but one that, had it been wedged into a lackadaisical script even 20 pages earlier, could have turned the caper into something even luckier.
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    Devika GirishNew York Times
    It's chock-full of gore and expletive-laden banter, but lacks the key ingredients to make it worthy of its influences: original ideas and a strong script.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    This violent caper lacks any real wit or novelty, ultimately leaning on tired stereotypes rather than doing anything particularly clever with them.
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    It never manages to overcome its air of overfamiliarity, straining mightily but giving off little but flop sweat.
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    Enrique AcostaFilm Threat
    Clover is a good idea that never lives up to its potential.
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    Cate MarquisAWFJ Women on Film
    CLOVER is not as clever as it thinks it is but it benefits from a strong cast...
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    Christopher SchobertBuffalo News
    The overly familiar 'Clover' features a solid B-movie cast stuck in a standard B-movie storyline.
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  • Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This crime movie's basic framework is wearily familiar, but it gets bonus points for a sense of place, a wry sense of humor, and the clever way it shifts female characters into positions of power.
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