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Making a Killing (2002)

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(as Ryan L. Driscoll)

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(as Ryan L. Driscoll)
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Chad Wiley
Billy Geraghty ...
Vic Travis
Hywel Morgan ...
Jake Summers
Deborah Sheridan-Taylor ...
Sarah Holdings
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L.T. Harvey
Gregory Cox ...
D.I Rawlings
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Madie Wiley
Fahar Faizaan ...
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Olivia Velander
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How do you make a killing? You fake a murder...

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Thriller

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Rated R for violence, language and some sexuality

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19 March 2002 (Belgium)  »

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Murder by Design  »

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Not too Shabby
20 August 2005 | by See all my reviews

I have seen hundreds of thrillers and this one did surprise me. The acting is good, the plot twists are unpredictable and the story moves along at a good pace. I was generally surprised a few times. There are a few things that did bother me though: The look of the movie though feels like a made for TV movie but the story is way above most films in this genre. The killer really isn't that scary but instead just a little too generic. Please, be creative with the killer's costume, I'm tired of the same old all black outfit and leather mask get up. Overall, if you like the thriller genre, I would certainly recommend this movie and that is not something I do often.


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