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In Midhunter program, young trainees finds out that one of them is a killer and their lives are at stake. How can they deal with this issue?
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Combustible Celluloid
Its every brain-dead move is designed to cover up the implausible story's beehive of inconsistencies.
September 09, 2005
Washington Post
Evidently, these young FBI geniuses were just on a collective undercover assignment to infiltrate the Melrose Avenue club scene, because their disguise consists of half-grown (or half-ungrown) beards, shaggy hair, [and] insouciant wisecracking attitudes.
May 13, 2005
Film Journal International
Excessive violence, hysterical directorial overkill and a cast of mostly glamorous non-actors make this relatively short film seem much longer than it really is.
March 01, 2007
Orlando Sentinel
[Miller's accent] isn't Sir Michael Caine in Hurry Sundown bad -- still the worst Southern accent ever attempted by a future Oscar winner and knight. But it's awful enough to call attention to itself in the middle of a movie smothered in awfulness.
May 13, 2005
Movie Metropolis
...for all its pseudo logic, Mindhunters is just as implausible as any Halloween sequel.
September 14, 2005
Christianity Today
There's nothing particularly deep about this film -- and Harlin's efforts to jazz things up do occasionally go over-the-top.
September 27, 2006
3BlackChicks Review
July 05, 2005
The illogic of the situation is so extreme that the final confrontation plays like an afterthought.
May 13, 2005
Ebert & Roeper
It was supposed to open in the spring of 2003, but they kept pushing back the release date. They should have kept pushing.
May 16, 2005
San Francisco Chronicle
As effective as a movie can be and yet still be 100 percent forgettable.
May 13, 2005
Toronto Star
It didn't take much mental power to come up with the plot.
May 13, 2005