Reviews: Terminal (2018)

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  • Marina Antunes @ Quiet Earth
    • Excerpt: It’s a bit messy but ultimately, Terminal delivers a collection of solid performances and an interesting story full of twists and turns that mostly works.
  • Francisco Cangiano @ CineXpress [Spanish]
  • Herman Dhaliwal @ Cinema Sanctum
    • Excerpt: Terminal certainly has its merits and an alluring weirdness to it. Unfortunately, it’s too nebulous, too bombastic, too plotty, and too hackneyed, especially given what the ultimate endgame is.
  • Matt Donato @ Flickering Myth
    • Excerpt: Terminal is like Byzantium (minus vampires), Sin City and every Guy Ritchie script were thrown into a blender and emulsified beyond recognition.
  • Vadim Grigoriev @ kinoblog.com [Ukrainian]
  • João Pinto @ Portal Cinema [Portuguese]
    • Excerpt: An intriguing premises, but a stupid film!
  • Kristy Puchko @ Pajiba.com
    • Excerpt: It feels like that first screenplay everyone wrote in college, which giddily toys with violence and sex while clinging desperately onto homage to stronger storytellers.
  • [New] | Michael Reuben @ Blu-ray.com
    • Excerpt: The director has said that he wanted to combine a dystopian landscape with film noir tropes, but the result is more psychedelia than foreboding mystery, more Ken Russell than Ridley Scott. It’s a bad trip that takes its sweet time going nowhere.