Survive the Night

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    Nick AllenRogerEbert.com
    Watching Willis in Survive the Night, you'd think he was already dead.
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    Frank ScheckHollywood Reporter
    A particularly forgettable example of a tired sub-genre that, like so many of Willis' recent efforts, squanders his still estimable movie-star charisma.
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    Ben KenigsbergNew York Times
    A flabby hunk of meat that the director, Matt Eskandari, hasn't bothered to season.
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    Rich ClineShadows on the Wall
    This hostage thriller has a slickly violent sheen to it, but is essentially a substandard B-movie.
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    Carey-Ann PawseyOrca Sound
    Pacing is a problem here as this attempt at a home invasion/hostage thriller takes an eternal amount of time getting going.
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    Hasitha FernandoFlickering Myth
    It proves to be an extremely challenging experience to survive this empty slog of nothingness for us viewers. Just don't bother with this one.
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    Chris KnightNational Post
    The dialogue is as dull as an Ikea pencil, often to the point of being unintentionally hilarious.
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    Brian ShaerFilm Threat
    Not a thinking person's movie. But a perfectly adequate "efficiency movie."
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    Brian OrndorfBlu-ray.com
    Eskandari does relatively well for the first hour of the endeavor, especially with lowered expectations for a brisk display of antagonism and family issues.
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    Jeffrey M. AndersonCommon Sense Media
    This movie looks and sounds like a real thriller, but the premise and the characters' behaviors and interactions are so stunningly absurd that it's nearly impossible to turn your brain off and enjoy.
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