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About the Movie
From the producers of YOU'RE NEXT and THE GUEST comes this year's most anticipated thriller. To help their daughter escape an evil and dangerous cult, two parents recruit an expert to kidnap and deprogram her. In a shocking twist, he soon learns the mysterious cult is more powerful than he could have imagined.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 32
- Fresh: 29
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 7.1/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: While "Faults" glances at the narcissism of cult leaders, its most penetrating investigation is into the root emptiness within disciples, the desperate hunger to relinquish personal initiative.
Fresh: By the time the film gets where it's going, viewers may identify more than they expect with those who've been controlled by others with hidden agendas.
Fresh: Its final reveal is the sort of beautiful Twilight Zone fillip you see coming only about 10 seconds before it arrives, and I recommend seeing the movie without reading anything further about it: The payoff is that good.
Fresh: The strongest aspects of "Faults" stem from its completely unpredictable atmosphere. You might anticipate the twists before they arrive, but not the way they feel.
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I'm having trouble finding any faults with this movie, I wasn't expecting such a scary and disturbing thriller or a genuinely funny dark comedy. If you like psychological thrillers you will love this, very very good. Watch this as soon as possible.
Faults has a surprising twist ending which was very rewarding. I didn’t see it coming. One of those films you like to talk about after the fact. I really enjoyed this indie, I am always a fan of con films and this was right up my alley.
Its faults are many
Well thank goodness I only paid $.99 to rent this. Hated it. Be warned…it’s the kind of art-house schlock that will only appeal to a very small, very specific crowd. Like a bad avant garde play that mistakes its blatant weirdness for cleverness. Totally unrelatable to the average viewer.