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CleanerAn extremely hygienic man uses his urge in his professional life as a crime scene cleaner. When he becomes involved in a job he later finds out was a covered up murder, he gets tied in to a web of deception.
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Directors of "Cleaner"Renny HarlinBirthdate: 15 March 1959, Riihimäki, Finland
Creators of "Cleaner"Matthew Aldrich
Critic Reviews of "Cleaner"AV ClubMay 28, 2008
Low-energy and grindingly mediocre, it adds a whole new dimension to Harlin's wildly uneven oeuvre: tedium.Ebert & RoeperMay 27, 2008
I did like the dynamic between Samuel L. Jackson and Keke Palmer. I'd like to see them play father and daughter in the better film.Hollywood ReporterSeptember 18, 2007
A neatly contained crime whodunit with a nifty setup and an expert lead performance from Samuel L. Jackson.VarietySeptember 14, 2007
Cleaner suffers from a distracting case of visual jitters and takes a CSI approach to fetishizing the messy nature of the human body.Filmcritic.comAugust 10, 2008
the longest 90 minutes of my lifeBrianOrndorf.comMay 20, 2008
It's not that Cleaner is a terrible film, it just doesn't rear back and sock the viewer in the jaw like a great thriller should. It's mild sauce from the first frame to the last.Urban CinefileMay 15, 2008
It's a clever premiseReel Film ReviewsSeptember 25, 2007
...a substantial improvement over some of filmmaker Renny Harlin's more recent efforts...Planet Sick-BoySeptember 15, 2007
The "cleaning" thing was done and done better in Curdled and in terms of a crime drama, Cleaner just doesn't measure up.IGN MoviesSeptember 14, 2007
Cleaner is a watchable film, but one which feels like a missed opportunity.CinematicalSeptember 13, 2007
Beyond the contributions from Samuel L. Jackson and Ed Harris, however, there's very little worth talking.
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