Mr. Brooks is a 2007 American psychological thriller film directed by Bruce A. Evans starring Kevin Costner, Demi Moore, Dane Cook, and William Hurt.

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Well-respected businessman Earl Brooks (Kevin Costner) has a secret: Beneath his family-man facade lurks a murderous alter-ego named Marshall (William Hurt). Brooks struggles with his addiction to killing, but Marshall enjoys his grisly hobby too much to let go. Finally, Brooks resolves to commit one final murder, but a voyeur (Dane Cook) witnesses it and blackmails him to continue. With a detective (Demi Moore) hot on his trail, Brooks/Marshall must spin an increasingly elaborate web.

Scott Weinberg (TheHorrorShow) A big-budget psycho-thriller that lets two of our more “sedate” leading men cut loose with some entertainingly juicy performances. Full Review
Kevin Carr (7M Pictures) It’s not that Costner is a bad actor. He’s just a one-note actor… like a male Julia Roberts. And this just isn’t his note. Full Review
Pablo Villa̤a (Cinema em Cena) A din̢mica entre Hurt e Costner carrega Instinto Secreto: exibindo uma imensa qu�_mica em suas cenas, os dois atores estabelecem um sentimento misto de tenṣo e camaradagem entre seus personagens. Full Review
Prairie Miller (International News Service) The audience is apt to forget its own vicarious indulgence in some fairly perverse, psychologically unhinged acted out fantasy, as Kevin Costner masterminds erotically tinged guilty pleasures. Full Review
Derek Malcolm (This is London) Costner gives a nicely underplayed performance and the film is well enough made to be watchable, if only to find out what enormity will be perpetrated next, and by whom. Full Review
Anthony Quinn (Independent) Costner’s double-act with Hurt is a wicked pleasure, like The Odd Couple with a psychopathic twist. Full Review
Nigel Andrews (Financial Times) Kevin Costner as a schizophrenic serial killer? Demi Moore as a hardboiled police detective? No, we don’t think so. Full Review
(Sun Online) It does keep you guessing until the end, but Mr Brooks turns out to be Mr Average after all. Full Review
Tim Robey (Daily Telegraph) There’s enough ambition for a miniseries here, and satellite viewers already have the rather terrific Dexter. Stuffed into two hours, it’s all a bit of a pile-up. Full Review
Cath Clarke (Guardian) If you can stomach the psychological codswallop of a serial killer keeping the demons at bay via Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, it may well be possible to enjoy this taut-ish thriller. Full Review
Wendy Ide (Times [UK]) There’s plenty to recommend this old-fashioned serial-killer flick. Full Review
Matthew Turner (ViewLondon) With a terrific cast and a superb script, this is a hugely enjoyable suspense thriller of the sort that they really don’t make anymore. Full Review
Stella Papamichael ( Despite numerous cutesy twists, it’s the gradual unveiling of a warped morality that lures you into Brooks’ world. Full Review
Kevin Harley (Total Film) Everyone involved takes this tat seriously except William Hurt, who goes gung-ho as the alter-ego goading Brooks’ kill frenzies. If only they’d cut out the middle-Kev and cast Hurt instead… Full Review
Elliott Noble (Sky Movies) A meticulous killer with family issues; a cop with problems of her own; secondary murderers on the loose; a plot with unexplored depths – this could have been a decent TV series. Full Review
Andrew Male (Empire Magazine) Although flawed, this remains a blackly funny noir treat thanks to Costner and Hurt’s double-act. Full Review
Anton Bitel (Film4) Mr Brooks is a new spin on murder-by-numbers: one fascinating character, two outstanding performances, and subplots too numerous for the film’s coherence or the viewer’s sanity. Full Review
Enrique Buchichio (Uruguay Total) Hubiera sido una estupenda comedia negra si no fuera que el director Bruce A. Evans se tom�_ el asunto en serio. Firme candidata a la peor pel�_cula del a̱o. Full Review
Urban Cinefile Critics (Urban Cinefile) There’s more to every character than meets the eye and all the relationships have a twist Full Review
Rich Cline (Shadows on the Wall) Twisty and seductive, this classy dramatic thriller has so much going on that we almost forget we’re watching a trashy potboiler. Full Review

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