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Seeking answers about the afterlife, Chicago medical student Nelson persuades his fellow pupils to help him end his life, and then resuscitate him in the nick of time. But they soon experiment on 'near death' experiences that involve past tragedies until the dark consequences begin to jeopardize their lives.
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Philadelphia Daily News
Young medical students intentionally kill and resuscitate each other, thereby gaining knowledge of the afterlife, which turns out to look a lot like... MTV.
July 01, 2013
Philadelphia Inquirer
Except for the performances by Roberts and Bacon, which occasionally redeem it, Flatliners is exasperating, a compelling concept unfulfilled.
July 01, 2013
Entertainment Weekly
We're supposed to think, ''Gee, will they make it back?!'' By the third or fourth close call, we're not exactly sweating.
September 07, 2011
South Florida Sun-Sentinel
Flatliners is moderately entertaining hocum at times, when it doesn't reach too far. Roberts is the best of the adequate bunch -- only her fans should make this a must-see.
July 01, 2013
TV Guide
The look is overpowering enough to delay -- though not forever -- examination of the plot, which has to pull a fast one at every turn to keep moving and which eventually makes a mockery of plausibility.
October 30, 2012
People Magazine
The death trips are part travelogue, part bad dream, and they quickly start to pall with the same scene basically being repeated five times.
July 01, 2013
Orlando Sentinel
All I remember is that, just before I came to, there was a sudden burst of brightness. At last the movie was over, and someone had turned on the lights in the theater.
July 01, 2013
Los Angeles Times
The movie's problem, like many others recently, is that it isn't any deeper, dramatically or psychologically, than its own trailer. It is the trailer: the long version.
July 01, 2013