On the day that a serial killer that he helped put away is supposed to be executed, a noted forensic psychologist and college professor receives a call informing him that he has 88 minutes left to live.
In 16th century Venice, when a merchant must default on a large loan from an abused Jewish moneylender for a friend with romantic ambitions, the bitterly vengeful creditor demands a gruesome payment instead.
In Seattle, the successful forensic psychiatrist and college professor Jack Gramm is in evidence since he was responsible for the condemnation of the serial killer Jon Forster, influencing the jury to sentence him to the death row. Jon accuses Jack of manipulation, inducing one witness and sister of one of his victims to testify against him. On the eve of Jon's execution, Jack receives a phone call telling him that he has only eighty-eight minutes of life, while a killer is copycatting Jon, killing women with the same "modus-operandi" and is investigated by Seattle Slayer Task Force. With the support of associate Shelly Barnes, an FBI agent, his friend Frank Parks, and his assistant Kim Cummings, Jack investigates some weird and problematic students, a security guard of the campus and the woman with whom he had one night stand. Written by
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
This movie is the second one in which Al Pacino's character has a monologue on "free will." The first monologue occurred in "The Devil's Advocate" (1997). See more »
The taxi ride at the beginning, he says to go to 114 Western. There is no 114 Western Ave in Seattle, it starts at the 600 block near Yesler.
The address/building he gets out at is at 1001 4th Avenue. See more »
Look at me. Look at the kite.
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Ms. New Booty
Written by Mr. Collipark (as Michael Antoine Crooms), D. Roc (as Deongelo Holmes), Kaine (as Eric Von Jackson Jr.), Bubba Sparxxx (as Warren Anderson Mathis)
Performed by Bubba Sparxxx
Published by EMI Blackwood Music Inc. (BMI) / Soar Loser Music (BMI) / Collipark Music, Inc. (BMI) / EWC Music (BMI) / Da Crippler Music (BMI)
Courtesy of Virgin Records America, Inc.
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Just finished watching 88 Minutes, starring Al Pacino.
A fine performance and a good well made film which moves at a steady pace and comes in at just over 90 mins. The usual solid performance from Pacino and a good cast make this film easy on the eye, but to be truthful a bit too easy on the brain.
Plays almost like a made for TV movie, all be it a well made one. Every single person in the film could be a suspect and whilst watching I could feel myself thinking that the director went slightly over the top with that aspect.
This film will not win any awards and now I know the ending, cannot see me ever watching it again but I was entertained and felt a certain satisfaction of saying "told you it was them" to my partner afterwards.
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