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To Watch This Takes A Sacrifice
Being a Georgia boy, I think the only redeeming valve of 'Sacrifice' is our beautiful Georgia scenery and the scenes in Savannah. Don't ya all just love those red dirt back county roads? Michael Madsen who I admire as an actor could not save this one with the corny dialog and poor direction. I had never seen Jamie Luner, but have to admit, she is very nice to look at, even though she needs to continue her acting lessons. The bedroom scene with Madsen and Jamie was erotic but the editing was choppy. Diane Farr another actress I have not seen does a reasonably good job as the nurse in the women's clinic and the crazed serial killer. I thought her midnight ritual in the woods was hilarious as were her chase scenes through the woods, and as was her making the sign of the cross with the vaginal speculum., Bokeem Woodbine, who I like and who has done some good work, was just plain awful as was the actress who played his FBI partner - in a different way they were about as silly as Rebecca De Mornay and Mary Gross in the stinker 'Feds'. The other characters, especially the corrupt deputy sheriff, the psychiatrist, and the local mobster chieftain were all caricatures.
Overall, Madsen fans will be disappointed and fans of Jamie Luner might like. Overall, poor direction, poor editing, and bad script.
Not Even Funny!
Leonard Maltin has this movie perfectly pegged with his 1/2 point rating. Rebecca De Mornay and Fred Thompson are much too good to be associated with a film of this caliber, which did not even come close to being anything comparable to a "Police Academy". Just to even watch the whole film tells you that I certainly did not have anything better to do.