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Every Move You Make (2002)

Unrated | | Crime, Thriller | Video 11 December 2002
A mysterious stalker knows everything about his victim, a young woman who owns a suburban Greek Restaurant

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Anson Shine
Erin Cummiskey ...
Casey Campbell
Shawna Bermender ...
Trisha Kanter
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Detective Henry Cataco
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Mr. Shine
Bernard Goetz ...
The Criminologist
Glenn Andreiev ...
Casey's Florida Relative
Thomas L. Beck Sr. ...
Employer
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Roxanna
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Phony Psychic
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Tough Guy
Greg Dashkin ...
Lawyer
Dylan Skolnick ...
Pizza Guy
Janet Frumkes ...
Mrs. Shine
JoAnn Brown ...
Mrs. Cataco (as Joanne Brown)
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A mysterious stalker knows everything about his victim, a young woman who owns a suburban Greek Restaurant

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Crime | Thriller

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11 December 2002 (USA)  »

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$12,000 (estimated)
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Bernard Goetz, the "Subway Vigilante" who shot four men he feared were going to rob him in New York City in 1984, appears in the film in two scenes as a criminologist. See more »

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Featured in The Meltdown Memoirs (2006) See more »

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Shows promise from all involved, but not quite good....
8 August 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I like watching indy cinema... all budgets, all formats, etc. Some are unwatchable with no sense of pacing, storytelling or style, others show promise. This movie has a marginal but acceptable script (much better than can be said of other movies on the same budget), most of the performances are better than average in the zero budget realm, and there's some interesting touches from the director. Is this a good movie? No. But it is watchable, if you're forgiving of the slightly better than home video look of it. And considering the extreme limitations under which it was shot, I give all involved applause. I can't say I recommend this film for typical the film-goer... but if you're into truly independent movies, you can do a lot worse.


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