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A woman moves into an exclusive New York City apartment building, which she soon discovers houses tenants with all manner of shocking secrets.

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San Francisco Chronicle - 8/10 by Mick LaSalleFor all of Stone’s skill, there’s something naggingly remote about her. She has the beauty and confidence of Grace Kelly without the warmth that made Kelly’s sexiness seem at once playful and glamorous. - 6/10 by Larry CarrollSliver has a few mildly memorable moments, but is for the most part a waste of time. It is indicative of the poor career choices Sharon Stone made once she became a household name.
New Yorker - 5/10 by Michael SragowSharon Stone goes cold in this botched thiller-maybe from the effort of pretending that her character, a beauteous book editor, would fall for the preening young computer wizard played by the vacant-and-proud-of-it William Baldwin.
Fantastica Daily - 5/10 by Chuck O'LearyA glossy, trashy psychological thriller that manages to entertain despite a reshot ending which is too abrupt.
Hartford Courant - 5/10 by Malcolm JohnsonBogged down by dialogue by the vaunted Joe Eszterhas that utterly fails in its attempts at chic Manhattan wit, Sliver proceeds at an escargot pace to unfold the creepy happenings.
The Seattle Times - 5/10 by Jeff ShannonIf you're after Sharon Stone in the buff, rent Basic Instinct. It's not a terrible way to spend an hour and a half but it just doesn't fulfill its potential. Stone and Baldwin try to get raunchy but find themselves in desperate need of a fluffer. - 4/10 by Don WillmottDirector Phillip Noyce's camera will leer at anything that clenches and unclenches with a steady rhythm.
Baltimore Sun - 4/10 by Steve McKerrowBut worse, it never offers much of a mystery at all, for the identity of the killer arrives with no great surprise, and without a clue as to his motive.
Boston Globe - 4/10 by Jay CarrThe new erotic thriller that somehow manages to make voyeurism seem about as exciting as one of Cher's infomercials.
The New York Times - 3/10 by Janet MaslinNobody could shine in the listless atmosphere created by Phillip Noyce's perfunctory direction. And nobody could do much with a line like "Zeke, I want to have a real relationship." Or "Listen, do you work out?"

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