Hard Candy


Action / Biography / Crime / Drama / History / Romance / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 68%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 78%
IMDb Rating 7.1 10 141389


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January 18, 2012 at 11:31 AM



Patrick Wilson as Jeff Kohlver
Ellen Page as Hayley Stark
Sandra Oh as Judy Tokuda
Odessa Rae as Janelle Rogers
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498.01 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
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23.976 fps
1hr 44 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by yjudith 4 / 10


I'm a fan of Ellen Page so I was surprised that not only did I not like her in this movie, I found her to be so annoying that I couldn't wait for the movie to end so I didn't have to hear her voice. The story itself was a good one, but the phoniness of what goes down once Hayley and Jeff are back at his apartment is so over the top and the story just kind of fades.Once he wakes tied up in the chair...fake!!! He has to outweigh her by a good 80 pounds of dead weight and the way he fits in the chair; I found it hard to fathom. This isnt a movie of high, fast-paced drama, so my mind was had too much time to start checking all the far-fetched things that were going on.

Reviewed by VenturousArtist 6 / 10

"Harder to Chew."

Hard Candy is a challenging film to experience viewing. It's discomforting, questionable, and shares a weird parallel with reality as it discusses a heavy controversial topic. It immediately immerses audiences into its unsettling universe where everyone are either perpetrators or oblivious to the main narrative. Despite focusing primarily on two characters, what mysterious events unfold among them are deeply alienating and horrific.

However, even with its powerful narrative and performances, it's a complicated and vague film that expects audiences to develop their interpretations of certain outcomes than presenting them. Other issues include its sometimes disjointed cinematography, disposable minor characters, characters having an identity crisis, some misleading and miswritten scenes, and obvious missed opportunities to make a statement in exchange of simpler storytelling.

It's a seemingly hard film to watch that's actually harder to chew.

Reviewed by utahman1971 1 / 10

Stupid People!

I bet who directed the movie was either been through this or has been blamed for it. This is stupid and so are the people that accuse pedophiles. You know he could of just been admitting to something he never did. Just because some one says something, does not actually mean they did it.

There has been number of people confessing to things they never did, just for the attention. The whole I got you, now I am going to make you kill yourself, is just stupid. The whole movie was boring. You know what this movie reminds me of, and never saw this one before it. Knock Knock, which I thought was dumb, but better than this one.

This movie with Patrick just makes him look bad as he did in The Conjuring. Never thought Conjuring was scary, and never will, and this was never even that much of a thriller. This also reminds me of a women I met that always said some hateful things about men. None, of it was all true, but just some of it.

No matter what you say to these women, they just keep arguing. Nothing pleases them. Just as bad as conspiracy theorists. Debate after debate. Nothing comes out right, but hey keep arguing just to think it pleases them. Nothing ever gets to be the right thing.

If anyone is a psycho, it is these people that think they can say something and hope it makes it all better. Life is just bad for everyone, but making it worse, does not make it better. Stopping someone you think is a bad person, does not mean anything, because there are more out there.

So many innocent people getting thrown in prison for what the actual person that did it gets away. So many people take things too far, and never find out the truth. Oh well, for those people. They think they are so smart, but in reality, they are not. Confessions are not always the truth.

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