|Miramax Home Entertainment | Release Date: April 20, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
A witty, frightening, well-acted picture with near-perfect cinematic timing.
The actors and writing lend unexpected dimension to all of the characters, and Lopez's Harry is an indelible antagonist, one who manages to be genuinely big-hearted and evil.
This criminal comedy remains deliciously deadpan about the wages of psychopathy.
Often darkly funny and very well acted, it's a pleasingly subtle, Hitchockian thriller with dark comic overtones.
The film is a small and polished gem that proves that with a friend like Harry, nobody needs an enemy.
A sleek little poison pill of a movie.
I did enjoy the movie's mercurial moods -- anxiety, terror, whimsical horror -- and I welcomed its confirmation that the work of the devil includes SUVs.
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