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The bone collector is one of a lot serial killer movies which tried to copy Seven and The silence of the lambs. The movie hasn't got an original screenplay, it's very clichéd and truly uninteresting.Philip Noyce is a director who made some great movies(like Rabbit proof fence or The quiet American) but his career also has false moves, like The bone collector. Denzel Washington could not save the movie.The bone collector is a bad thriller. If you wanna see a great thriller, watch Memento but don't watch this crap, in which I regret having wasted my time and my money.
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