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Third Degree (2004)

Unrated | | Crime | 21 March 2004 (USA)
A traitor's disloyalty to an organized crime syndicate is uncovered and a violent showdown erupts as he is held prisoner by a dangerous outlaw who calls himself "The Sundance Kid". Who will survive?

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Tommy Dallace ...
The Sundance Kid
George Caldwell ...
Mr. Biggs
T.J. Little ...
Bulldog
Sean Unverzagt ...
Sledge
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A traitor's disloyalty to an organized crime syndicate is uncovered and a violent showdown erupts as he is held prisoner by a dangerous outlaw who calls himself "The Sundance Kid". An intense battle for survival ensues in this action-packed psychological thriller. Written by Ron Schaefer

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Crime

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Unrated
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$200,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Temperatures reached near record highs on the set of this production, filmed in Wisconsin over the course of a particularly intense heat wave in the summer of 2004. The concrete floors of the secluded set literally sizzled and produced bursts of steam as the actors' sweat dripped and hit the ground. See more »

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Wow.
7 September 2011 | by (Milwaukee, United States) – See all my reviews

Wow, I'm speechless. There is a new Ed Wood.

Sorry if this is harsh but I've not seen this lack of understanding on the basics of film in a long time.

Heads are cut out of frame when they are talking, the camera pans to action but doesn't go far enough and we miss the actors, eye lines are crossed in most shots- its endless. Its like no one was looking through the camera lens.

Plus, there is no direction for actors, they go on and on and on, staging is nonexistent.

A film to avoid.


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