P2 is a 2007 Slasher/Thriller movie directed by Franck Khalfoun and starring Wes Bentley, Rachel Nichols, Grace Lynn Kung, Paul Sun Hyung Lee, and Simon Reynolds.

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Angela (Rachel Nichols) is working late on Christmas Eve. When she finally decides to leave, she goes down to the parking garage to get her car, but it won’t start. Thomas (Wes Bentley), the garage’s security guard, offers to help. He also invites Angela to dinner, but she refuses. Thomas, crazed, knocks her out. She wakes up in Thomas’ office, chained to a chair and in different clothes. Now Angela must fight for her life in order the escape from the garage.

Felix Vasquez Jr. (Cinema Crazed) Such a fun over the top woman in peril horror movie that even the worst aspects of it compliment the experience. Full Review
Steve Newton (Georgia Straight) The idea of a delusional man holding a beautiful woman captive isn’t exactly original, but in the skilled hands of screenwriters Alexandre Aja and Grégory Levasseur the result is a thoroughly engrossing psycho-thriller that never lets up. Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
Dan Jolin (Empire Magazine) Unscary, uninteresting tosh from people who should know better. Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Rossiter Drake (San Francisco Examiner) It’s lurid and overblown, relying on its lionhearted heroine never to play her most obvious escape card, but for those with a taste for such silliness, it makes for a harrowing night at the movies. | Original Score: 3/4
Clint Morris (Moviehole) ….easily surpasses everything those horror remakes of late entail. Revels in tis ability to put sweat on faces, by way of a tense skirmish between car spaces Full Review | Original Score: 3/5
Pablo Villaça (Cinema em Cena) Toda a trama nada mais é do que uma mera desculpa para enfiar a belíssima atriz num vestidinho branco justo e encharcá-la a fim de que ele fique ainda mais grudado em seu corpo escultural. Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
Anton Bitel (Eye for Film) all the pieces are in place for a great thriller – and then, just like your typical Yuletide get-together, it all falls a little flat. Full Review
Nick Schager (Lessons of Darkness) Has quite a bit going for it, which makes its eventual reliance on inane genre gimmicks that much more disappointing. Full Review | Original Score: C+
Marc Savlov (Austin Chronicle) Despite an enormously creepy turn from Bentley, the story has nowhere else to go but into the standard (albeit judiciously used) stalk-and-slash territory. Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
Scott Weinberg (FEARnet) About as basic and unmemorable as a horror flick gets. Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
Felix Vasquez Jr. (Film Threat) Take “Red Eye,” mix it with “Creep,” and add a dash of “Haute Tension,” finely puree with a sprinkle of camp, and what you have is a long tall glass of this demented horror film… Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/5
Beth Accomando (KPBS.org) P2 is nothing fancy or flashy. It could use more innovation, and either tension or dark creepiness, but all in all, it’s not a bad directing debut for Khalfoun. | Original Score: 5/10
Scott Tobias (AV Club) P2 doesn’t have the grisly intensity of Aja’s other work, in spite of a few moments of cartoonish gore. Full Review | Original Score: C
Jim Lane (Sacramento News & Review) Cheesy, cheap and laughable… Full Review | Original Score: 1/5
Scott Collura (IGN Movies) Manages to churn out enough tension and thrills to keep things interesting. Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/5
Drew Toal (Time Out) Bentley plays the role of funny, cagey psychopath quite well, and the film packs more laughs than frights. What woman wouldn’t be interested after his homicidal message of love? Full Review | Original Score: 2/6
Ken Hanke (Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)) Has a central setup that only holds water if we assume that the victim has recently escaped from a home for the terminally bewildered. Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/5
Cynthia Fuchs (PopMatters) How is it that Elvis has become the go-to sign of boys’ obsessions? Full Review
Linda Cook (Quad City Times (Davenport, IA)) “P2” won’t make horror fans say “P-U.” Full Review| Original Score: 2/4
Vince Koehler (Entertainment Spectrum) Storyline was laid out well. There were a few scenes where you find yourself laughing at the movie, but overall it was a decent thriller. Full Review | Original Score: 2.5/3

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