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The Number 23

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Walter Sparrow 's life is so peaceful until he discovers a strange novel, The Number 23. Curious about the story, Walter quickly realizes the problems existing in parallel between the story and his real life. Gradually, the world of the book invaded the fact, turns into horro obsession of Walter.
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Nothing to decipher here
August 27, 2009
Pretty much every important date in history...can be teased to fit the pattern. What can't be hammered out of this fixation, apparently, is a coherent movie.
March 13, 2007
As far as psychological thrillers go, The Number 23 is a little too much 'psycho' and not enough 'logical'.
November 03, 2012
Toronto Star
Julius Caesar was stabbed 23 times. Charles Manson was born Nov. 12 (11 + 12 = 23). The Mayans believed the world would end on Dec. 23, 2012 (20 + 1 + 2 = 23). My brother stole my pogo stick when I was 23 and broke it into 23 pieces.
February 23, 2007
Georgia Straight
As Walter's/Fingerling's paranoia grows, the viewer is irritatingly yanked back and forth between the real and imagined settings, and left to decide which one is more ridiculous.
July 06, 2010
Common Sense Media
Absurd, dark, and a miscast Jim Carrey. Yuck.
December 15, 2010
The Scorecard Review
Jim Carrey tries his best, but the film never gets psychologically creepy, never makes the viewer question what is fiction, what is reality, and most importantly what the number 23 is all about.
March 03, 2008
Boston Phoenix
There is something to this 23 stuff, and a film about apophenia (obsession with random connections) would be fascinating. But no.
April 23, 2009
New York Times
The Number 23 is an accidental comedy starring a deadly serious Jim Carrey.
February 23, 2007
For all its gimmicky numerology, The Number 23 just doesn't add up.
July 09, 2007
Time Out
It just adds up to sheer ineptitude.
March 03, 2007
AV Club
Watching Carrey babble gibberish about the sinister nature of 23 in scene after hyperventilating scene isn't any more fun or enlightening than listening to street-corner lunatics discourse on similar topics.
February 24, 2007