Fatale

critic Reviews

, 46% Rotten Tomatometer Score
  • While it's better than a fair number of other adultery-fueled stalker films, Fatale fails to generate as much heat as the superior erotic thrillers it evokes.
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    Chris HewittMinneapolis Star Tribune
    I guess we've arrived at the point where even movie titles are dogwhistles?
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    Richard RoeperChicago Sun-Times
    The tedious thriller starring Michael Ealy and Hilary Swank adds nothing new to the genre of female psycho movies...
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    Steve DavisAustin Chronicle
    The movie requires her to go full on crazy-ass slasher-bitch, much like the character at the end of another movie previously mentioned here.
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    Christy LemireRogerEbert.com
    This modern-day take on the Fatal Attraction premise never fulfills its promise as a lurid, guilty pleasure.
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    Jesse HassengerAV Club
    It's not a very good noir, but compared to, say, Taylor's Traffik, which used the existence of sex trafficking to claim it was based on "actual events," it represents substantial improvement.
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    Kate ErblandindieWire
    An erotic thriller that's convoluted, boring, and maybe worst of all, hideously unsexy.
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    Emily LaythamFilm Inquiry
    Fatale is not as sleek, sexy or stylish as it bills itself, and the topsy-turvy road of twists it promises feels more like a straight path toward a lukewarm ending.
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    Mark MeszorosThe News-Herald (Willoughby, OH)
    Fatale is kind of silly, a movie to take in while you devour a big bowl of popcorn.
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    Kathia WoodsCup of Soul
    A guilty Pleasure
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    Grant HermannsComingSoon.net
    "Proves to be one of the best thrillers of its kind in years."
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