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The Lost Angel (2005)

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Billie
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Julian
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Father Brian
Clare Anstead ...
Sand (as Claire Anstead)
Neville Edwards ...
Banks
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Father Kevin
Susan Martin ...
Margaret
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Organist
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Brian
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Azreal
Rob van Meenen ...
Bryson
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Kuratha
Gerald Lenton-Young ...
Lawyer
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Detective Zilinski
Alan Bratt ...
Chief Danelli
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A Serial Killer... With An Ancient Taste For Killing.

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Thriller

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Rated R for violence, sexuality/nudity and language | See all certifications »
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26 April 2005 (USA)  »

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Bukott angyal  »

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1.78 : 1
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When the church organist is shown crucified, she is first shown with her legs together. But a later shot shows her spread-eagled with her legs apart. See more »

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Decent, though somewhat predictable
15 September 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Alison Eastwood is a solid B-list actress. She's not going to win any Oscars for this kind of work, but there's a reason she keeps getting hired. Quite simply, she brings home the bacon.

The reason the so-called occult mysticism is dropped early in the movie is explained quite clearly by the unfolding plot. There's a little celeb skin for those who go for that.

Judd Nelson's character is a non-entity who feeds the cops information; although it's the first time I've seen an FBI priest in a movie. I suspect actor John Rhys-Davies has fallen on hard times; this is not up to the A-list movie roles he has landed so far. He looks like he has lost a lot of weight in recent years; his character was believable, though somewhat thinly-spread (no pun intended).

It's a murder mystery, a serial killer movie, and has an interesting twist at the end. If you're hoping for the next Sixth Sense, don't bother. But if you like solid made-for-cable cop movies, it's entertaining.


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