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New York detective Mike Santini is enjoying a holiday with his family when he spots Eddie Meyers, a fugitive from justice who might be the key witness in a high profile case involving money laundering. Santini plays a major role in capturing Meyers which prompts the wiley criminal to request Santini to be the interrogating officer. The two size each other up in the interrogation room in a thriller that provides a number of unexpected twists. Written by
We know drama. Yes, that's TNT's new somewhat annoying mantra/tagline, but in the case of Framed, they pretty much do. Ok, so I was flipping through the channels one night, when lo and behold, who should appear but one of my favorite actors, Sam Neill. And, not in a Jurassic Park role, I might add; quite rare for cable. Anyway, I was fairly hooked in the first ten minutes. By the time the ending rolled around (Only a measly 91 minutes, but still) I had a goofy smile on my face and a new favorite movie. It's special, still, as it's my last movie seen on 2002. Beside the point, I think that on the whole, the production values, the sets, the locations, the nicely twisting and keep-you-guessing script, not to mention the great acting, this struck me as a REAL movie, not a made for cable one. In short, if there's a chance to see it, folks, do it, you won't be sorry.
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