For burned-out Seattle cop Daniel Pruitt, a camping trip turns hellish, when his wife, Jessica, is savagely attacked in the forest. En route to the hospital, the Pruitts collide with a semi...
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For burned-out Seattle cop Daniel Pruitt, a camping trip turns hellish, when his wife, Jessica, is savagely attacked in the forest. En route to the hospital, the Pruitts collide with a semi, and Jessica identifies the driver as her assailant. Enraged, Pruitt pummels the man. Once at the emergency room, however, she changes her mind and names a male nurse as her attacker. But before Pruitt can make amends, he learns that his victim, the son of Sheriff Morgan McKenna, is dead. Written by
The doctor at the hospital says they will send evidence to the crime lab in Seattle. The crime took place in Oregon, Seattle is in Washington. This error is later repeated when the husband calls his buddy at the Seattle police department and tells him an evidence bag is coming in from upstate. See more »
You can have good actors, a great crew working on the movie and more than enough money to do the things you want to but when you have a bad script it all ends and a movie just can not work out.
"Blood Crime" has a bad written script. Well, perhaps bad is not the most correct word to use since the story is more just an highly unlikely one. You just never get sucked into it because it all and the way the story progresses seem so highly unlikely. You can say that I even was a bit annoyed by the movie its story at times. It isn't credible and has some gaping plot-holes. Seriously, when your name is Preston A. Whitmore II you should be writing some better movies than this.
Because the story isn't much good basically nothing really ever works out in the movie. Sure the movie has James Caan in it but this really doesn't make this movie any more good or interesting to watch.
You movie you can really easily do without.
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