unwatchable; a forgettable, formulaic, functional B-movie; Director Derrick Borte's dreary B-movie bloodbath is a baffling career move for a screen heavyweight with Russell Crowe's track record of memorable, Oscar-winning roles
this barnstorming road-rage thriller is the first post-lockdown title that dares to give us pre-pandemic cinematic pleasures; ursine Russell Crowe giving his most compelling screen turn since he played in "The Insider"
slickly paced, provocatively violent in small bursts, and truly shocking at times; this is a slick, nasty thriller with a throwback quality, neither too self-serious nor too self-aware. While it's not especially fresh, it's still solid genre filmmaking
Russell Crowe goes into overdrive for the first new movie released in theaters in months, but it's not enough to save this cheap thriller; "Unhinged" plays less like an attempt to save the cinema than to burn it all down
despite some effective directing and two performances with gusto from Pistorius and Russell Crowe, this is a let-down on almost every level. Uninspired, bloated and unassured, this is not so much Falling Down as plummeting without a trace
an enjoyably deranged Russell Crowe gives this surprise-free road-rage thriller a lift; Juicy as it is, it's the only story in an otherwise by-the-numbers B-movie that makes for a fun but deeply forgettable watch
"Unhinged" is a psychological thriller starring Russell Crowe which is a rip-roaring hour and a half of scare, but made the experience worthwhile; Crowe excels. He's a real piece of work, comically overweight and genuinely nasty