Time Out says
With the aid of a hacker (Ribisi), whose fixation on Ro straddles the friend-stalker divide, Berry goes undercover in the corporate world, which as depicted seems to be a giant singles’ party where the boss sleeps with the temps in rotation and occasionally stages public beatings of rival companies’ spies. Berry, Willis and Ribisi pull long hours competing to give the worst performance, and we’re inclined to give them all a raise.
Upping the ante on Basic Instinct’s choose-your-own-adventure ending, Perfect Stranger supplies clues that support four possible outcomes. Opting for the dumbest, the movie shows that the only thing worse than a generically screwy thriller is one with a selective narrator—and one that doesn’t give viewers a fair chance to play along.
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