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Red Dragon

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Driving by his deep will of revealing the hidden truth, Graham, a former FBI agent who enjoys with the ability to read the ideas and enter into the minds of criminals, returns to work, in order to find the suspect, but incidents come to climax when he finds out that the killer is Dr. Hallible.
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Film Threat

December 06, 2005

Who would've guessed the guy who gave us Money Talks, Rush Hour and The Family Man had what it takes to realize a thriller as smartly effective as this?
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

A surprisingly good and entertaining finisher...
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Ebert & Roeper

October 07, 2002

Wonderful performances and some really chilling moments.
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Looking Closer

January 15, 2005

Hopkins should know better than to lessen the impact of these performances with redundant encores.
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Slate
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October 05, 2002

The beats are the same, but the eerie vibe has been lost in translation.
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Common Sense Media

December 28, 2010

Great, but too scary and violent for most teens.
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Chicago Reader
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February 07, 2007

Frank Whaley and Philip Seymour Hoffman play minor characters so annoying they might as well wear T-shirts reading 'Eat My Brain.'
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Combustible Celluloid
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February 17, 2007

The film oozes contempt for its audience, caring nothing for the characters or suspense and only craving money.
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Washington Post

October 04, 2002

Everything's a little too familiar.
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Guardian
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February 07, 2007

A decent enough entertainment that sticks closely to the novel.
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Time Out
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February 09, 2006

Where Mann and Demme steered the hokum away from dull genre generalities, Ratner's point-and-film literalness churns out a thriller by rote, shorn of the psychological dogfighting that distinguished the first two films.
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Washington Post

October 04, 2002

Elegant, dark, alluring, frightening, mesmerizing.
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