And it involves a bone that kept a climber stuck for 127 Hours (Rotten Tomatoes – Metacritic).
“Liman’s sensibility isn’t sophisticated enough to tease out the nuances of what must be a pretty interesting marriage; the movie is more about texture and surfaces and surface tensions.
And, with that one egregious exception, genuinely pleasurable.” Wall Street Journal Joe Morgenstern That review was positively verbose.
“For a story about a man who cannot move, the ordeal unfolds at a pace that keeps you breathless.” New York Observer Rex Reed Should audiences assume that we’d be out of breath in a good way (i.e. “To say that this movie gets under your skin is only barely a figure of speech. But it has its own rewards.” Peter Travers Rolling Stone Does bed-hair count as a hangover reward?
“This is the kind of movie where “Bad to the Bone” is considered a clever musical cue because, you know, Megamind is bad.
To the bone.” Keith Uhlich Time Out New York Our next movie is scary.