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Lady in the Box (2001)

R | | Mystery | 11 May 2001 (USA)
An unsuspecting bartender believes he has been set up for the murder of his own girlfriend, in this film-noirish, Hitchcockian suspense thriller.

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(as Christian J. Otjen)

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(as Christian J. Otjen)
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Jerry Holway (as Darren Burrows)
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Jill Sweeney
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Doug Sweeney
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Tipper Johnson
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Felix
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Brian Planut Alberti ...
Parking Valet
Steve Blair ...
Bar Patrons
Chris Topher Butler ...
Fisherman
Kristina Christensen ...
Bar Patrons
Matt Cooper ...
Fish Gutters
Connie Dudek ...
Nurses
Captain Ed ...
Fisherman
Daniel Finley ...
Officer Cooper
Michael J. Fratantuno Jr. ...
Paul
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An unsuspecting bartender believes he has been set up for the murder of his own girlfriend, in this film-noirish, Hitchcockian suspense thriller.

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Fear the water

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Mystery

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Rated R for violence, language and brief sexuality | See all certifications »

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Twists toward a satisfying, if not totally believable ending ......
15 July 2015 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"Lady in the Box" immediately brings to mind at least a bunch of superior films, including "Fargo", "A Simple Plan", and "Clay Pigeons". That is not to say that "Lady in the Box" is not without it's own entertaining elements. There are just a tad too many stretches of believability for my liking. Darren E. Burrows comes across as a young looking Billy Drago, while Mark Sheppard bears some resemblance to Tom Sizemore. One strong point is the music, which in the opening sequence exhibits a strong Ennio Morricone "Spaghetti Western" influence. This neo-noir has some unexpected twists and is entertaining, if a bit on the long side. Basically the plot is a scenario of compounding problems, with some dark humor thrown into the mix. - MERK


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