Spinning Man


Drama / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 38%
IMDb Rating 5.5 10 1222


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Pierce Brosnan as Malloy
Guy Pearce as Evan Birch
Odeya Rush as Joyce
Minnie Driver as Ellen Birch
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1hr 40 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gamertaboo 6 / 10

Great acting, slow burner...

I enjoyed the movie. In my opinion the writing was really good, and they tried to make it suspenseful but it wasn't very, in my opinion.

Guy Pearce plays a college Philosophy professor who just so happens to own the same looking car as the last person seen before a young woman went missing. Or was it him? Pierce Brosnan is going to figure it out, as he's playing the homicide detective. Along the way, Guy's wife is trying to figure out if her husband could have really had anything to do with this.

I don't have really anything bad to say about it, but it wasn't the best movie that Pearce or Pierce have ever been in, though they do act well together. I'd love to see them do another film together.

This movie is a slow burner, it REALLY gave me sort of a "Memento" vibe while watching it. They probably could have made it better though, there was plenty of room for improvement. But like I said, I enjoyed it. Decent flick to pass a couple hours.

Reviewed by Michael Ledo 5 / 10

About Last Semester

Pierce Brosnan is investigating the disappearance of a local cheerleader. His prime suspect is philosophy Professor Evan Birch (Guy Pearce). Birch has two issues. One is his infidelity with his students and the second is his faulty memory that remembers things that may or may not have happened. His wife,kids, and university are not excited about what is going on either.

Birch is an overly flawed character...maybe. He was not that interesting of a character and as our protagonist, we never knew what to feel because like Evan, we didn't know what was happening, which was the point of the film. This is a different type of mystery where there is only one suspect and he doesn't know if he committed a crime or not. I would think this would be a better book than movie.

Guide: F-word. No sex or nudity.

Reviewed by Gino Cox 7 / 10

An intelligent psychological thriller / detective / mystery

"Spinning Man" is a very intelligent film that draws interesting parallels between a philosophy teacher's search for truth and that of a detective. The performances, particularly by Pierce and Bronson, are excellent. The plot is satisfyingly complex with an ever-tightening noose of circumstantial evidence, but seems a bit contrived and ultimately disappointing with a bit of a deus ex machina ending and a bit of misdirection in the denouement. Production values are adequate, with several parallels involving rodent traps, dependencies and posters for missing pets, although some of the parallels seem a bit spot-on. The picture is gloomy with weather suggesting an impending storm, reflecting the mood of the characters.

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