Critic Reviews for Intrusion
Despite fine work from Freida Pinto as the curious wife in peril, the derivative Netflix film only frustrates.
While there are quality jump scares and Marshall-Green gives it his all, "Intrusion" fails to deliver on much of its promise, stumbling when it should be sprinting.
Call it Scenes from a Marriage in a Netflix Thriller, but then again those are generous qualifiers. The scenes from this marriage run flat, the thrills even more so.
As yet more content, it's an agreeable option, the simple a-to-b-to-c plot proving involving enough for us to not exactly care what happens but at least see how unpleasant it all gets.
There's an incredibly interesting story lurking somewhere beneath "Intrusion," about the way mistrust and paranoia can slowly chip away at a marriage. The film, however, eschews this tale in favor of something a little more rote, and a little bit trashier
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