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Implausible situations, unsexy characters and a pathetically silly movie!
"Blackheart" is a very predictable psychological yawner that left me wondering why I bothered watching it, not to mention reviewing it.
The marks are so shallow and stupid that the audience probably identifies most closely with the grifters. The PI, played by Christopher Plummer, is so stereotypical that he even wears a Sherlock Holmes hat throughout the movie.
After the rich heiress escapes with her life and money intact, I have to believe she gives it all away the next day to the magic bean salesman.
This movie insults it's audience and is a monumental waste of celluloid.
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