Not perfect…but not bad at all
James from Dublin, 03 Mar 2008
When her childhood friend is brutally murdered, Rowena Price (Berry) goes undercover as a temp at an Advertisement Agency as she suspects that Ad Executive Harrison Hill (Willis) was responsible for the murder. With support from her techno wizard colleague/friend Miles (Ribisi), Rowena sets out to solve the mystery of her friend’s murder. I found Perfect Stranger to be an enjoyable, fast-paced thriller with a number of plot twists. There are good performances from Halle & Giovanni. 7/10.
So bad it's bad
CATHAL from Dublin, 17 Sep 2007
This film is really really bad. It is the worst example of unoriginal cookie cutter writing by a committee of hollywood monkeys
the ending is just tacked on it's like they flipped a coin to see who the killer was.
Halle looks great as usual Giovannini is creepy as usual and Bruce is paying the mortgage. Makes Basic Instinct 2 look like Virtigo
Martin from Kerry, 28 Dec 2007
This may not exactly be the worst two hours you will ever spend watching a movie, but there is hardly anything to recommend it. It adds absolutely new to the thriller genre and don't worry about the twist ending, you'll be beyond caring at that point, a twist ending does not make a movie good, it's far too late in this case.
Mike from Cork, 10 Sep 2007
and not in a good sense. I saw this on the big screen and would run a mile from it - 110 minutes of your life that you can never get back! The only thing worth watching this movie for is to spot the glaring errors in the plot and convincing yourself that this really could happen in real life.. Terrible.
Robert from Kildare, 03 Mar 2008
I found this movie to be flat and uneventful. Bruce Willis just drifted in and out with the usual smug impression on his face that he never lost from his Moonlighting days! Twist at the end of a movie does not make for a good movie! Missable, but a timefiller.