It offers a solid two hours of pure, escapist entertainment.
Lisa AlspectorChicago Reader
The social criticism is as unforced as the humor (and the references to "The Conversation") in this 1998 conspiracy thriller, whose spirited action is balanced by an almost contemplative attitude toward surveillance phobias and the movie cliches they've spawned.
Dennis LimVillage Voice
Enemy of the State isn't really a smart film, but it makes a concerted stab at pretending to be one.