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Pavement (2002)

Samuel Browne is a tracker in Alaska. When his sister meets a grisly death in San Francisco, he goes there to hunt her killer. As more murders occur, Buckley Clarke, a police investigator, ... See full summary »

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Buckley Clarke
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Lieutenant Marks (as Barry Henley)
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Detective Kecker
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Detective Moore
Alex Duncan ...
George Johnson
Terry Norton ...
Anne Hughes
Adam Pike ...
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Lynita Crofford ...
Jenny Brown
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Lewis
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Frank Pierce (as Dan Robertse)
Iain Bruce ...
Bill (as Ian Bruce)
Peter Krummeck ...
Police Clerk
Sylvaine Strike ...
Sylvia
Victoria Bartlett ...
Mary Wilson
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Samuel Browne is a tracker in Alaska. When his sister meets a grisly death in San Francisco, he goes there to hunt her killer. As more murders occur, Buckley Clarke, a police investigator, reluctantly joins forces with Sam. As they sort out clues - it's a slight person, perhaps a woman, who walks with a leg brace and rides the bus - they also find a mutual attraction. The brass are convinced this is a serial killer chosing victims at random, but Sam and Buckley discover a pattern involving health personnel who work in neonatal intensive care. Doctors aren't supposed to play god, but someone's decision years before has driven a killer over the brink. Can they find him? Written by <jhailey@hotmail.com>

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The only victim who wants to die is the killer.


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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »
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13 December 2002 (USA)  »

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The dog that attacks the tracker is not a wolf it appears to be husky dog See more »

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When the second murder victim is identified, the "dead" woman is breathing as the policeman and homicide detective surround the body. See more »

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Samuel Brown: Sometimes the search itself is the answer.
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Great mystery and psychological thriller
1 January 2004 | by See all my reviews

I just watched this movie on HBO with my friends on New Years. I must say that this movie is great in a way that you see that it is a new kind of killer. The motive is the scary part. I liked how they showed a great way to figuring out the killer by using simple tracking methods. If you are really into mysteries, this movie is good to watch because you also want to figure out the motive. Lauren Holly was good. However, this was one of the first films in which I saw Robert Patrick star with a great and sophisticated role. I would recommend this film to those that are into sophisticated mystery films.

For a mystery movie, I would have to give this movie a 4.8 out of 5.


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