What if a worldwide secret organization existed and you were recruited to join? That's what happens to Charles West when he's recruited to join the Karma Police. He loves it...but is making... See full summary »
What if a worldwide secret organization existed and you were recruited to join? That's what happens to Charles West when he's recruited to join the Karma Police. He loves it...but is making sure that good people are rewarded and bad people punished all that it seems to be? Written by
Choices. Life is nothing more than an extended string of them. Some have little impact, and others can change your life entirely. While we are free to make our own choices, both good and bad, we're not free to choose the consequences.
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There are just too many movies made to see them all, and plot is the factor I most often use in triage. This picture does present an interesting premise. Actually, the technicals are o.k. Dialog is weak at some junctures and the acting in some major roles is spotty. I want to single out for particular abuse the lead actress. She's drop-dead gorgeous, knows it, and speaks in that dreadful Valley Girl patois that dictates guttural emission of the final words of every sentence. That and an intonation absolutely suffused with feline smugness. There is a minor character upon whom the lead actor has a crush early in the film, even more spectacularly beautiful, and a better actress. Don't know why they didn't cast her in the female lead. I don't think I heard a word of profanity in the picture...makes you wonder how all these grownups can be so squeaky clean...is it a Church pic? No, they didn't sell the one-way-to-heaven product. Karma Police gets better in the last act and delivers an o.k., if predictable finish.
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