Need For Speed
Richard Corliss(TIME Magazine): This is cinema reduced or distilled to its purest description , of movies that move
James Berardinelli(ReelViews): This movie is a complete bore.
Alex Pappademas(Grantland): There's nonentity here you haven't seen in the presence of.
Marc Bernardin(Hollywood Reporter): You wouldn't reason a movie called Need For Speed would touch so slow.
Richard Roeper(Richard Roeper.com): It's like watching someone ELSE play a video play for more than two hours. That gets aged real fast.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky(AV Club): Though later sequences jejune a little too heavily on contemporary car flick clich… they are total nonetheless informed by a gee-whir appreciation for gleaming cars and stop the growth of driving ingenuity.
Jeff Beck(Examiner.com): Need for Speed is an extremely hollow and tiresome film that has nothing to offer to anyone except the most eager of car junkies.
Scott Mendelson(Forbes): If Need For Speed was 15% smaller quantity overtly dumb and 15% less pandering to the stereotypical boy audience, it might have been a completely enjoyable B-movie play boisterously.
Bill Clark(Movie Metropolis): Need despite Speed provides some excitement for its mark demographic while proving to be each overlong slog for everyone else.
Jeff Vice(Cinephiled): "However, the auto racing contest-thriller meanders so much and takes in the way that long to get its character and situations to what they're going you'll have ~ing tempted to call it 'Need towards Judicious Editing' instead."
Dan Schindel(Film School Rejects): Need in quest of Speed is so busy and vehement that, if not watched vigilantly, it could have ~ing mistaken for something fun. But it is a shambling lemon.
Bruce Bennett(Spectrum (St. George, Utah)): The mark audience won't regret putting into disgrace its joystick for a couple of hours…if it be not that for anyone looking for depth or credit, nevermind.
Dominic Corry(Flicks.co.nz): The auto slaughter lacks flair or creativity.
Todd Jorgenson(Cinemalogue.com): … inconsiderable more than gearhead pornography, with ~y emphasis on skid marks and squealing tires from one to another logical storytelling and meaningful relationships – excluding that of a driver and his aeriform fluid pedal.
Robert Denerstein(Movie Habit): Speed? Yes. Everything other? No.
Graham Young(Birmingham Post): If you're misery from withdrawal symptoms for high-octane influence, DreamWorks is ready with an time adrenaline fix.
Bill Gibron(PopMatters): This thin skin is clichand cloying, a revenge flick restricted in RPMs and MPGs vs. anything distantly resembling human emotion. Oh, and the gesticulation scenes stink, as well.
Leigh Paatsch(Herald Sun (Australia)): OK, so the script sucks.
Josh Hylton(Dark Horizons): While the thin skin is easy to look at, it's not quiet to watch.
Neil Pond(American Profile): The contrive is about as thin as the wisp of gas between vehicles swishing past each other ~ward a narrow highway, and the actors decide empty-headed things like 'We'll settle this after the wheel.'
Jackie K. Cooper(jackiekcooper.com): A slobbery movie that glorifies endangering people forward our city streets and interstates.
David Nusair(Reel Film Reviews): A solid contender for the worst video enterprise adaptation of all time…
Mark Kermode(Observer [UK]): Hundreds of non-racing civilians are merrily mould off the road but no the same cares, least of all the screenwriters who dwell locked in single-player mode.