When Lee is walking toward the Army recruiter, a Lexus RX SUV is seen. The film takes place in 2002, and the model shown was not produced before 2003. See more »
I used to live here. People used to live here. Real people, I thought. Everybody turned into ghosts. It was like I didn't exist anymore. Well, not everybody. Some of them turned out to be vampires. Suck me dry. People I would've never expected. My wife. Just one day I woke up, and I don't know how I didn't see it before. It's evil. Real evil. There are some evil... people in this world.
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In the end roll on-screen credits, Ryan Maslyn is listed twice as Set Production Assistant. See more »
Be warned, if you came to this movie expecting action don't bother.
The film started off with sparks but didn't catch fire. I went into this film with few expectations and I was still left in the cold considering the film had the chance to make it big. First off, the biopic loses the audience too quickly.The movie shows unnecessary scenes, questionable cuts coupled with an unintelligent and very slow paced story line. With that said, the movie revolves mainly around the relationship and partnership of John Allen and Malvo leading up to the shootings but just doesn't cut it. Instead, it spiritlessly drags around for 90+ minutes and spirals out of control shooting away past the main point. It's a superficial portrayal of a grander problem given that the movie doesn't explore fully the mind and emotions of the characters and how deep the problem really is.Rather, it breaks from scene to scene barely scratching the surface. It leaves the audience, who want to feel the heart and mind of the characters, uneasy and unsatisfied .Still, I've gotta hand a round of applause to Washington and Richmond for giving chilling performances that actually made the colorless film watchable. Also, the mood and atmosphere blends well with what the director tries to show us. All in all the film is a solid 5.
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