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Knowing herself suffering from a dangerous disease, female killer Rose decides t complete an important contract and then retires to live in peace in the rest of her life. Can her wish turn into the truth?
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Los Angeles Daily News
Mirren and Gooding are interesting -- and sexy -- to watch together. Once she leaves the film, the picture loses a bit of its uniqueness.
December 30, 2006
Toronto Star
Thumbs down to a movie of such vile and violent temper.
August 25, 2006
The raw materials for a gutsy, gritty, fearless, fascinating thriller are here, but they amount to some intriguing individual parts and not a satisfying, cohesive whole.
August 26, 2007
Arizona Republic
It tells a story that would fit perfectly in a standard Hollywood action thriller, but it tells it in the grammar and syntax of an art film. The two sensibilities make no sense together.
August 03, 2006
Film Journal International
Despite assembling a talented cast and crew, Daniels is stymied here by a script that takes itself far too seriously.
March 01, 2007
Ban the N-Word
This cat-and-mouse caper's Swiss cheese plotline is riddled with too many holes to consider this flick as much more than a snuff film.
July 14, 2007
The script can't quite get a grasp on character depth, yet it also can't quite deliver the cheap thrills such a trashy tale might otherwise provide.
November 04, 2006
Seattle Times
It ... has an insistently fussy and grandiose production design that mistakes lavish textures, brilliant colors and exotic backdrops for story atmosphere and style.
August 04, 2006
I.E. Weekly
Aaron Spelling may be slapping his forehead, but a few cemetary plots over, 1950's melodrama king Douglas Sirk is smiling.
February 01, 2009
Globe and Mail
Gosh, it's almost too bad/good to be true.
August 25, 2006
Ebert & Roeper
The one thing I'll say about Shadowboxer is that it's never boring. Of course, I could also say that about stepping on crushed glass.
August 07, 2006