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A tough as nails private investigator (Malone) squares off with gangsters and their thugs to protect a valuable secret. Malone goes through hell to protect the information but he dishes some hell as well...
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[bumpy sound from the trunk]
He's still alive.
[but pulls the car off the road]
[switches off the ignition]
Listen. Just listen.
[tearfully shakes head]
You heard it.
I heard... something.
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I was watching this movie and I started to get bored, but I stayed on,
because I thought it would be hypocritical of me to chew on the fast
formula movies and not appreciate slow buildup. But the problem is, all
the buildup has to build up to something, and there was nothing there.
I agree the feel was nice, it reminded me of those old policier books
from my childhood, but there was no solvable mystery, no underlying
wonder and the twist at the end just made no sense whatsoever.
The thing is, I kind of like Thomas Jane, and I understand if he is
more of an actor than a director, still, he could have chosen a better
story. And man, that blond chick was annoying.
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