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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

A married man is tricked into a murder scheme by a female police detective.

Cast

  • Hilary Swank
  • Michael Ealy
  • Mike Colter
  • Danny Pino
  • Tyrin Turner
  • Sam Daly
  • David Hoflin
  • Damaris Lewis
  • Kali Hawk
  • Geoffrey Owens

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great movie I was sitting at edge of my seat the whole time

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Nashika M
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I really enjoyed this. A few funny one liners but overall very intense and stays interesting with a few twists you see coming and quite a few you don't. Highly recommend.

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Laura Y

Metacritic

75
Jan 12, 2021

The film never takes itself too seriously, considering there are some serious actors in it. In the end, it’s all good fun and a great movie to turn on when you want to hand out with friends and see something truly insane.

Metacritic review by Alan Ng
Alan Ng
Film Threat
60
Dec 18, 2020

Fatale proves very watchable, in an incredulous B-movie kind of way, and Taylor is a slick enough filmmaker to keep things moving swiftly and entertainingly. The film certainly looks terrific, thanks to Dante Spinotti's glossy cinematography and the high-end production design and costuming.

Metacritic review by Frank Scheck
Frank Scheck
The Hollywood Reporter
50
Dec 18, 2020

The main event here is Swank, who was a plaintive and sentimental figure in her earliest movies and has only fully come into her strength in youthful middle age. This strength makes Fatale an entertaining diversion and holds out the promise for something deeper and more satisfying in the future.

Metacritic review by Mick LaSalle
Mick LaSalle
San Francisco Chronicle