Leo Brady reviews “Complete Unknown” on his site AMovieGuy.com


Complete Unknown has star power attempting to propel a bad movie into a mediocre one, but unfortunately, what’s needed is a script with more meat in the pages to make it a success. This is essentially the problem with the newest film from director Joshua Marston (Maria Full of Grace). Sporting two solid performances from Michael Shannon and Rachel Weisz, Complete Unknown feels like a short story stretched as far as it could go, before it leaves our characters grasping out for the plot to take them somewhere.


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