I could watch Jack Nicholson do his laundry. The Passenger is a lot like that. It's very slow paced and dry. It was good to see it one more time before selling it at our used dvd dealer. D+

- Jess

Antonioni has never impressed me - whatever visual prose he strives to offer is usually bogged down by trying to service convoluted stories. However, on the long list of weird things that turn me on in movies (locations, set design, costumes) The Passenger hits a few adequate marks, wrapped in pretty paper. But for a sprawling, pretentious journey of identity and intimacy, my stomach was still growling at the end. B-

- Paul

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