If it is possible to watch this work as a movie rather than using it as a referendum on its maker’s guilt or innocence, the audience that craves mature, sophisticated and grown-up entertainment will find much to admire here.
Saved by often delightfully bitchy British dialogue.
Kirk HoneycuttThe Hollywood Reporter
This is a slicker, shallower exercise. It's hypnotic as it unfolds, but once the credit roll frees you from its grip, it doesn't bear close scrutiny.
What the picture most needed was a complete cinematic rethink and, yes, even some action to move it along.