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  • Summary: A fast-moving, contemporary thriller with a deep and disturbing resonance for the paranoid world in which we currently find ourselves. (Universal)
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 5
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  1. Reviewed by: Kevin Crust
    70
    While the clammy character is difficult to warm up to, Evans' riveting performance gradually and uncomfortably allows us to empathize.
  2. 70
    This nastily efficient thriller from British newcomer John Simpson offers a low-budget, high-tech expression of the idea that just because you're paranoid doesn' mean they'e not after you.
  3. Reviewed by: David Rooney
    60
    Signals a talented newcomer in writer-director John Simpson and boasts a gripping central performance from popular British comedian Lee Evans.
  4. Repetitive and ultimately a victim of its own hysteria, the U.K. indie is nonetheless an impressive exercise in high-tech gothic style, with a convincingly deranged Lee Evans.
  5. 40
    Compelling as it sounds, the idea behind Freeze Frame doesn't make any sense, especially when realized in practical terms.
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