Actors Of "The Wall"
Creators of "The Wall"
Director of "The Wall"
Critics Of "The Wall"
The Arts Desk
July 28, 2017 There's not enough juice in the script for Liman to make this something special. Still, he makes a strong start.Read in Source
May 12, 2017 The posturing leads to an ending that's unsatisfying even on the level of pessimism it aspires to.Read in Source
Sunday Times (UK)
July 31, 2017 The hero's physical efforts to improve his situation aren't particularly thrilling, but they exert a basic grip, and that's more than can be said for the conversation that unfolds when the sniper makes radio contact and begins taunting him.Read in Source
May 11, 2017 Strip away all of the camo and sand, and it could be a page out of a Jack London adventure yarn.Read in Source
London Evening Standard
July 28, 2017 Like waterboarding, it ought to qualify as "cruel and unusual punishment".Read in Source
May 12, 2017 This is a smart, gritty, quietly chaotic war movie which resonates far beyond its purposely small scale.Read in Source
July 25, 2017 The increasingly impressive Taylor-Johnson dominates the screen time.Read in Source
Globe and Mail
May 12, 2017 Liman ... elevates the material every chance he gets, ensuring what could have been a bargain-basement dramatic exercise looks and moves like a big-budget thrill ride.Read in Source
July 28, 2017 The thin story isn't quite enough to stretch over an hour and a half, but The Wall has enough to make the majority of the experience nail-biting.Read in Source
July 30, 2017 It's an interesting premise, with moments of tension and visceral gore, but Taylor-Johnson's performance isn't strong enough to rescue the film from lengthy stretches of banality.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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