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See more » Great psycho-thriller, draws you right in.
(Of course not suitable for children.) Great performances, beautifully filmed.
If you love Apocalypse Now / Last King of Scotland type films where a mysterious megalomaniac is glimpsed or gradually revealed through the eyes of an outsider, you will probably especially like it (in this case it is just glimpses of Escobar, on one hand the family man, adored by his supporters, and on the other a completely detached and ruthless psychopath.) Of course Benicio del Toro is incredible in the role of Escobar and all the cast are excellent.
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See full summary » Brian Lackey is determined to discover what happened during an amnesia blackout when he was eight years old, and then later woke with a bloody nose. Mc Cormick, a fellow player on Brian's childhood baseball team, may be the key as to exactly what happened that night.
will centre around a sleepy New England town where scandal lurks below the surface.
See more » : To demonstrate that Peter Butler is not totally responsible for infecting you. Jordan White and Amy Blue, two troubled teens, pick up an adolescent drifter, Xavier Red.
The Chief of Detectives is wearing the wrong rank insignia. Credit for the movie's strength goes all around -- director Araki put his mark on the story without taking it over. Michelle Trachtenberg and Jeff Licon have fairly thankless roles, playing characters who are somewhat less clear and crucial in the film than their characters were in the book.He got uniformily good performances (and somehow managed to direct scenes that any reader of the book would have thought completely unfilmable). But they don't sweat that, they just play what the screen play has them do, and they excel.It is a difficult story, although I felt it ends hopefully. Content is very strong, although perhaps not NC-17 strong. Adults, if you can get past the 2nd scene, you can get through it, but there is a lot of outlawed sexuality and violence.It is painful to watch at times, but to me at least, that's because the actors and the director managed to immerse me in the characters.In reality, the overcast weather would produce very diffused light and therefore the light projected on Nick's face would be a soft glow, not a focused circle.