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    Noel MurrayLos Angeles Times
    [T]his movie is gripping from start to finish, largely because of Marsan, who makes Jarvis both charismatic and complex.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    Marsan's portrayal and the film's tense intimacy manage to keep a rather thin idea afloat at feature length.
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    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    [T]he absence of any kind of sympathetic figure here becomes an issue.
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    Roger MooreMovie Nation
    Eddie Marsan makes this radio thriller worth staying tuned into -- his face giving away terror, rage, cunning and panic, often in the same scene.
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    Grace WilliamsBattle Royale With Cheese
    There's some generically British script weaved into this film which can occasionally be off putting, but certainly doesn't take away from the overall impact.
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    Kat HughesTHN
    Feedback is a great thriller with a stellar turn by Eddie Marsan. The intricate, timely and well thought-out story, masterful performances and well-planned direction, all combine to draw the viewer in and keep them captivated.
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    Rich ClineShadows on the Wall
    It's a gritty freak-out that horrifically, and entertainingly, feels like it simply won't end.
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    Jennie KermodeEye for Film
    The trouble is that there really isn't enough plot to stretch over an hour and 37 minutes, and the moral dilemmas the plot goes on to introduce lack the sophistication to really challenge most viewers.
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    Rob AldamBackseat Mafia
    Much hinges on Marsan's performance and he delivers one of his best.
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    Anton BitelSciFiNow
    an allegory of the way that, even in this most mediated of ages when everyone has a voice, the rich and the privileged so often prove immune to the most grave of criminal charges.
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