Critic Consensus: A rote thriller whose few flourishes serve as bittersweet reminders of its director's glory days, Domino continues a streak of DePalma disappointments.
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Underfunded, sketchily written, and heavily cut (maybe one reason the writing seems sketchy), Brian De Palma's Domino still puts contemporary thrillers to shame.
Running at just 89 minutes but stilted and gangly enough to feel twice that long, Domino never feels like an actual film.
The creative exhaustion is palpable, a near-total artistic disinterest. You can almost hear the director doing that impatient "get on with it" thing with his hand whenever the actors are emoting.
Even when we can tell what's going on in "Domino," there's a sense of the tail of De Palma's intentions wagging the dog of a plot.
Domino is a lackluster, hard-to-swallow police procedural with soap opera-ish subplots and flat characters.
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