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Simple yet effective. Beautiful cinematography and the vast countryside landscape is perfect for a thriller like this. The trunk-ridden hostage who turns out to be a baddie delivers a very chilling monologue towards the two young leads. The ending is a little disappointing but overall this is a very good little thriller.
Great story. Not all like I anticipated.
Reminiscent of the Coen Brothers' Texas movies, but that's not bad thing. This is a near-perfect film. It's taut and economical, not a frame wasted. The performances, both by the kids and the adults, are superb. The ending is amazing.
Dark and gritty, but with flashes of humor.
Filmmaking at its finest. Don't miss it.
A genuine but disturbing tale of childhood innocence clashing with the corrupt adult world that stays with you long after viewing.
It never tied everything up at the end.
Great movie if you use to a be a little kid that was brave enough to take a cop car
Great movie but I think the first 2 scans should've been flipped to make it more understandable
While Cop Car's runtime may fly by and the film as a whole may feel overall flimsy to some degree, the film does well with what it has including an especially tense atmosphere and impressive performances.
I highly recommend it, even though the resolution was a little unclear. It was very good and different for a thriller movie.
This a great movie. Last scene stayed with me for days. Child actors, especially Travis (James Freedson Jackson) were way past acceptable. Yes, the denouement is unclear, but I see the film to be a coming of age thriller, Seen in that light, the ending's lack of conclusion was forgivable, even preferential.