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Single White Female

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When a 'Single White Female' places an ad in the press for a similar woman to rent a room (to replace the boyfriend she's just left), all the applicants seem weird. Then along comes a level headed woman who seems to be just right. The new lodger has a secret past which haunts her.
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Film4
The climax is a long time coming, and you can't help feeling that the adaptation would work better as a play.
April 14, 2008
Variety
Despite excellent lead performances and numerous memorable scenes, this still feels like two different movies in one.
April 14, 2008
Washington Post
You watch this thing coolly intrigued and sometimes amused, rather than terrified and taken in -- even when the stabbing raises its bloody, predictable hand.
January 01, 2000
Empire Magazine
Fluffy thriller, with moments of unintentional humour.
April 14, 2008
KPBS.org
A waste of the talented Jennifer Jason Leigh and director Schroder
April 18, 2008
TV Guide
A stylishly shot thriller with several hair-raising moments. Considering that it's directed by Barbet Schroeder and stars Bridget Fonda and Jennifer Jason Leigh, it's also a major disappointment.
April 14, 2008
Rolling Stone
Schroeder goes through the motions -- the movie is elegantly made -- but this synthetic Hollywood package panders shamelessly to the baser instincts.
May 12, 2001
Chicago Reader
There's something dehumanizing about 90s horror thrillers that all but defeats the film's impulses toward seriousness; no matter how much the filmmakers work to make the characters real, the genre contrives to turn them into functions and props.
April 14, 2008
Time Out
If his two leads are adequate to the slick mechanisms of a formulaic thriller, neither they nor Don Roos' script (based on the novel by John Lutz) offer any original insights into insatiable emotional dependence.
February 09, 2006