Unhinged

critic Reviews

, 47% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • Russell Crowe makes for a compulsively watchable villain, but Unhinged lacks enough intelligence or depth to get sufficient mileage out of its pulpy premise.
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    Mark FeeneyBoston Globe
    It's hard to imagine anyone desperate to an "Unhinged" degree.
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    A.A. DowdAV Club
    It's a wait-for-Redbox programmer, promoted by default into the (only) multiplex event of the summer.
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    Justin ChangLos Angeles Times
    Despite its bullet-point nods to toxic masculinity and some glib armchair sociology about the rage-fueled society we have become, "Unhinged" doesn't have much on its mind.
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    Jocelyn NoveckAssociated Press
    Follow Crowe on Twitter. Find another film to bring you back to the theater.
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    Alison WillmoreNew York Magazine/Vulture
    For a movie marking a week in which theaters are reopening, Unhinged feels a lot like a movie that would be best caught on cable someday.
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    Peter TraversRolling Stone
    Russell Crowe is steaming with road rage - are you not entertained? Nah. For that, you'd need characters who are more than cardboard, a script that is more than an outline, and a director who is more than a traffic cop.
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    Nick RogersMidwest Film Journal
    Further entrenchment into the mania so many of us are trying to move beyond in some meaningful measure. And yet not a bad movie as much as one that unwisely bit off more than it could chew and then had even more larded on its representational plate.
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    Casey ChongCasey's Movie Mania
    [Director] Derrick Borte pulls no punches when comes to depicting the violent consequences of road rage in an unapologetically B-movie vibe.
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    Eli GlasnerCBC News Network
    If there's a redeeming feature it's Russell Crowe, who gives the Man, a kind of old fashioned fury, complete with the bourbon-dipped accent.
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    Sarah KsiazekThe MacGuffin
    Had I not been reviewing it, I would have turned it off or walked out of the theatre. There is a time and a place for films like Unhinged, but this isn't it.
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