Critical response

Los Cronocrímenes holds a rating of 88% (Certified “Fresh”) on Rotten Tomatoes, based on 68 reviews, as of June 2011.

Jeannette Catsoulis of The New York Times noted the role of female frontal nudity and fast-paced action in disguising the film’s most conspicuous flaws. She praised writer/director Nacho Vigalondo’s “audacity” in being able to create “urgency and disorientation from the thinnest of air” despite the film’s low budget and lack of special effects.[3]

Wesley Morris of The Boston Globe doubted whether Los Cronocrimenes actually makes sense, but credited Vigalondo with making clever use of the time machine in order to allay the viewer’s skepticism. Referring to the planned remake by director David Cronenberg, and alluding to Hector’s “human sequels,” Morris concluded that Los Cronocrimenes ”deserves a doppelganger.”


i chose not to link the TAILER because it kinda spoils the film and it makes you wanna to not watch it.

Timecrimes is one of those underrated sci-fi flicks that clearly makes his way up the Cult movies scene

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