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Current Rating: 4.37

Current Rating: 4.37

based on 4688 votes and 21 reviews

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  • Denzell is the stuff and he doesn`t do anything bad as far as movies are concerned and he worked with two beautiful leading ladies Eve Mendes and Sanaa Lathan who are both dynamic performers. It was a great movie. A keeper.
  • excellent thriller and love story.
  • Great performance from the actors, an excellent movie, with a good sense of humour, a very smart movie. It also made me remebered when I was a lot younger, my parents and I were used to travel every summer from Montreal to the Keys, and it recalled me nice souvenirs from this beautiful area. Thanks to everyone working to produce such quality movies.
  • this was a good movie. its a movie where it makes u guess what`s gonna happen next. Denzel is once again amazin in the movie, but it does lack alot of good essentials which are needed in the movie. The trailer hyped it way too much but other than that i would give it a 8 out of 10
  • Solid preformance by Denzell and cast. Very interesting and enjoyable.
  • Excellent movie. Great acting, and good plot. We thoroughly enjoyed it!
  • It was oddly funny in many places. I generally enjoyed this movie although it wasn`t very thrilling or surprising. A mediocre movie that could have had so much potential. I agree with many previous comments; it took so long to build up the suspense.
  • Best thriller I`ve seen in a while. Suspenseful from beginning to end
  • Would never tell anyone to see it. But credit where credit is do the end was pretty good.
  • it was good.

Out of Time

Genre:  Thriller | Running Time:  105 min.
Release date:  October 3, 2003 | On DVD/VOD:  January 6, 2004

Current rating: Rating: 4.37
based on 4688 votes and 21 reviews
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Cast: Denzel Washington, Eva Mendes, Sanaa Lathan, Dean Cain, John Billingsley, Robert Baker