Despite the over-familiarity of its once-trendy time-tripping plot structure, "96 Minutes" maintains a brisk pace and generates a satisfying degree of suspense.
An ironically styled "autobiography" that serves up far more than it can chew and digest.
Joe Wright's "Hanna" is an exuberantly crafted chase thriller that pulses with energy from its adrenaline-pumping first minutes to its muted bang of a finish.
Exceptional performances by two femme leads and sensitive but unsentimental storytelling throughout.
Pic maintains a marvelous tension between a prim comedy of manners and unbridled slapstick.
Dutch black comedy is not quite a slam dunk due to a lack of modulation of escalating events but is nonetheless cleverly engaging throughout.
Crime-thriller elements meant to complement the pic's narrative of rediscovered national identity fall by the wayside, resulting in loose ends.
As a fan-friendly valentine to an enduringly popular group it should nonetheless play well to the faithful.