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The LedgeAfter an atheistic neighbor (Charlie Hunnam) has an affair with his wife, a vengeful Fundamentalist lures him to the ledge of a high rise, where he has one hour to contemplate a fateful decision.
Actors of "The Ledge"
Characters of "The Ledge"
Directors of "The Ledge"Matthew Chapman
Creators of "The Ledge"Matthew Chapman
Critic Reviews of "The Ledge"Christian Science MonitorJuly 08, 2011
Chapman coaxes good performances from his cast, especially Wilson, who makes Joe's immense conflicts a matter of empathy as much as abhorrence. But Chapman doesn't have the filmmaking skills to conceal the talky, formulaic narrative.New York Daily NewsJuly 08, 2011
Gavin recalls his experiences while standing atop a building ready to jump; we're meant to be on edge ourselves, but the only real mystery is why Tyler took such an unrewarding role in the first place.Los Angeles TimesJuly 08, 2011
A film that's ultimately sabotaged by its own heavy-handed screenplay.New York PostJuly 08, 2011
Unlike its talky hero, the credibility of this preposterous drama immediately plunges into the abyss.TheWrapJuly 07, 2011
Can't wait until Thanksgiving dinner to witness a pointless conversation between a pompous fundamentalist Christian and a sneering atheist? Then The Ledge is the movie for you.New York TimesJuly 07, 2011
What undoes it is its mechanical structure: a stale dramatic formula of the sort taught in elementary playwriting classes.We Got This CoveredNovember 11, 2013
The Ledge has a couple very strong performances and it explores some interesting issues. There are some satisfying thrills to be had here and overall, it's not a bad watch.Movie MetropolisDecember 29, 2011
A perfectly watchable drama, but it could have (and should have) been a bona fide thriller.Times-PicayuneAugust 26, 2011
Covering well-worn territory and offering no solutions, it ends up feeling shrill and angry and not nearly as profound as Chapman seems to think it is.Television Without PityJuly 11, 2011
Clunky writing and flat-footed direction derail this initially intriguing exploration into both the power and limits of belief.Shockya.comJuly 10, 2011
The framing device of its conceit is beyond silly, and its religious and philosophical debate a tad inorganic, but ambition and intellect help drive and push The Ledge in interesting ways.ColeSmithey.comJuly 09, 2011
Nothing much holds together in this entropic drama that still manages to entertain sporadically through the efforts of its sincerely invested cast.
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