Kirk Chamberlain, Marist College
While the recently released survival film aims to keep viewers on the edge of their seats, this movie was anything but thrilling.
Tori Walz, Eastern Michigan University
At first glance, the film appears to be an exciting psychological thriller, but I only found myself disappointed about what it was lacking.
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Ian Linn, Oberlin College
The new thriller starring Hugh Jackman and Rebecca Ferguson joins a long line of science fiction genre box office disappointments.
Michelle Buckley, Chapman University
Jason Momoa and Isabela Merced star in Netflix’s new jaw-dropping vengeful thriller that’ll leave you at the edge of your seat.
Mai Senser, Virginia Commonwealth University
A rare sequel that is just as engaging as its predecessor, this film demands to be seen in theaters, where moviegoers can be fully immersed in its thrills and frights.
Mia Kellner, University of St Andrews
Although the 2011 thriller seems startlingly prescient in our current situation, the film fails to capture how people socially adapt during a global outbreak.
Matthew Robison, University of South Florida
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Carli Moses, Union University
It’s just not a good movie, regardless of the genre you place it in.
Clarence Dodge, Sarah Lawrence College
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