Excerpt: Denis Villeneuve’s drama is a confusingly twisty but oh-so-stylish mystery à la David Lynch. The brew is a head trip of a cocktail that goes down deliciously smooth but will no doubt disorient you for days afterwards.
Excerpt: From start to finish, “Enemy” unsettles and then nestles in the mind like a spider laying an egg. Cinephiles are sure to be wowed, and for those willing to take the extra mile in a movie theater, it will challenge like any addictive puzzle box.
Excerpt: One hell of a cinematic puzzle, offering much viewers who like combing a movie for clues to what’s actually going on. On the other hand, I found I didn’t care much about the characters or the story.
Excerpt: Villeneuve shows an ability to evoke a panicky existential dread that rivals David Lynch and fellow Canadian David Cronenberg, while “Enemy”‘s concern with the frailty of identity places it somewhere on the venerable “Persona” spectrum.