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The Art of a Bullet (1999)

 |  Action, Drama
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Two friends foil a home invasion, but in the process become suspects.

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Walter Simmons
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Al Berman
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Solitary prisoner
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Grant
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Grant
Julie Hess ...
Beth
Rich Jackson ...
Fred
Richard Joel ...
Officer Mulhulland
Buck Kartalian ...
Henry
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Griff (as Michael Kehoe)
Nicholas Walker
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Young Girl (as Olivia Walker)
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Captain Walters
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Two friends foil a home invasion, but in the process become suspects.

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art of confusion
14 November 1999 | by (Los Angeles) – See all my reviews

This is without a doubt the worst film I've ever seen. It's full of scenes that ramble on and on without any purpose. Even the most basic screenwriting technique books will tell you that every scene has to have a beginning, middle and end. The movie itself has no distinguishable plot, but it doesn't matter because you hate every single character. They drift in and out of the movie and you're like, "Oh yeah, I remember that guy, what's he doing here?" Nowhere is this more obvious than at the end. Everyone I saw leaving the screening had a look of "Huh?" on their faces.

The directing isn't bad, the performances could have used some better guidance, but the script should have been tossed immediately. If you don't have a good story, you don't have a good film.


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