Mary

critic Reviews

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    Abbie BernsteinAssignment X
    It should be okay for viewers who are satisfied with call and response storytelling, but its good looks don't make up for its ultimate lack of imagination.
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    Rex ReedObserver
    It's a watery tale of supernatural nonsense at sea as lost and immobile as a beached mackerel.
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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    Oldman and Mortimer play the drama in "Mary" well. Too bad they don't get much chance to play the horror.
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    Frank SwietekOne Guy's Opinion
    A well-produced but soggy would-be thriller that sinks to the depths despite a game cast.
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    Adam PattersonFilm Pulse
    Despite its impressive cast, Michael Goi's ghost story, Mary, is a film lost at sea.
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    Alex SavelievFilm Threat
    Mary is an utterly dismal experience from start to finish, lacking any psychology or thrills.
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    Sheila O'MalleyRogerEbert.com
    Mary's concept -- and it's a good one! -- doesn't blossom into the truly spooky, the truly eerie, even though it's given countless chances to do so.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    Despite the acting talent involved, this waterlogged haunted-boat horror movie feels like a bunch of odd, used pieces strung together.
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    Peter SobczynskieFilmCritic.com
    As a half-hour Twilight Zone episode, Mary might have made it as a reasonably adequate time-killer but even at a relatively slim (though seemingly endless) 84 minutes, this chronicle of a death ship is itself nothing but deadly.
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    Laura HirosDiario La Estrella (Fort Worth, TX)
    [Director Michael Goi] does what he can with Anthony Jaswinski's script... but loses control of his ship. [Full review in Spanish]
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