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There little worth commenting on in "Black Point", an obvious, hackneyed, journeyman, low budget B-flick which is just another in a very long line of films about a bunch of people after a bunch of money. The film has nothing original to offer and is so ordinary in every way that it's not worthy of commentary. I'm surprised this flick hasn't made it to cable yet (at least not in my market) as I watched it on DVD and I can't imagine it ever saw the light of a projector. Just more of the same old stuff which will have little value beyond fodder for the sofa spud looking for a no-brainer crime flick. (C)
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