Extraordinary Measures Reviews
01.21.10 by reelz
OK, OK. We get it. Extraordinary Measures feels like a made-for-TV movie.
"...plays like a passable two-hour prime-time TV movie."
— Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune
"...a programmatic, by-the-book TV movie..."
— Tasha Robinson, Onion AV Club
"...doesn't reach far beyond its smallscreen genotype as a disease-of-the-week telepic, despite the star power of Brendan Fraser as the desperate dad and Harrison Ford as an eccentric, ornery researcher."
— Rob Nelson, Variety
"...feels like a barely gussied-up Lifetime movie."
— Claudia Puig, USA Today
"...about as tailored-for-television as a movie can get without containing actual commercial breaks."
— Sean O'Connell, filmcritic.com