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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Byron N's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    Fellow reviewers here have clearly lost their minds on this one or simply saw it while stoned. The sub-amateur script gives up even trying to work halfway through and it just becomes an embarrassing, laughable muddle. Half-cocked attempts at edginess and endless seductive staring cannot salvage the cadaver of this silly turkey.

  2. Wee Hunk's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    There is one scene in particular that stands out for me when Jack looks at Laura and you can't tell if he wants to kill her or have sex with her. Colin Firth does an amazing job as usual with this cross between 'Psycho' and 'The Tenant'.

  3. ofNatalie LA's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    A better apartment film than The Tenant. Buenos Aires and repertory cinema and male sexual tension and uptight-ness and fantasy. Living alone or this?

  4. Ambler's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    Apartment Zero is an amazing film. Where did Donovan go?

  5. Frankly, Mr. Shankly's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    If there's a limit for male sexual tension on film, Colin Firth and Hart Bochner overpassed it here. The ending is just brilliant.

  6. Westley's rating of the film Apartment Zero

  7. eric gould's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    Martin Donovan's Apartment Zero is a Hitchcock-worthy political thriller nicely shot on location in Buenos Aires in the 1980s, a period when Argentina's economy lagged and people mysteriously disappeared. Colin Firth's character Adrian, a cinema owner in need of a roommate to save money, turns to Hart Bochner's Jack Carney whose seductive good looks belies his secret past and present. Excellent cast in taut drama.

  8. Rahul's rating of the film Apartment Zero

    amazingggg superb,david knoep first script sold and sixth written