There’s something enthrallingly confusing about Entangled, it’s a thriller without any clear-cut baddies. Everybody blunders through the 90 minutes, making a few mistakes on the way, and then it ends.
Watchable without ever excelling, it’s a thriller-by-numbers. Secrecy, surveillance and a bit of sex are all present and correct along with the obligatory car chases and double-crossing that you would expect from a film of its ilk.
Technically the movie is sound, with no glaring errors left in for IMDb users to spot.
Not what I would call essential viewing but not unbearable either, the whole thing is simply mediocre.