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Pilgrim (2000)

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A beautiful artist (Gloria Reuben) helps an amnesiac (Ray Liotta) piece together his identity and evade a gangster (Armin Mueller-Stahl) on his trail.

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Harley Cokeliss

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Harley Cokeliss (story), Peter Milligan (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Complete credited cast:
Ray Liotta ... Jack
Gloria Reuben ... Vicky
Armin Mueller-Stahl ... Mac
Daniel Kash ... Hogan
Lisa Owen ... Heidi
Phillip Jarrett ... Richards
Patricio Castillo ... Fastidious Man
Rene Pereia Rene Pereia ... Policeman
Angelina Peláez ... Maid
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Julian Bucio Julian Bucio ... Rafa (as Julian Busio)
Álvaro Carcaño ... Jaime
Farnesio de Bernal ... Lopez
Martin LaSalle ... Doc Anderson
Rudy Miller Rudy Miller ... Middle Aged Man
Harry Porter Harry Porter ... Stubbs
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A beautiful artist (Gloria Reuben) helps an amnesiac (Ray Liotta) piece together his identity and evade a gangster (Armin Mueller-Stahl) on his trail.

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Jack's past is about to catch up with him.


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Mexicali
Written and Performed by Stan Meissner
Published by Meissongs Music SOCAN
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Frustrating near-miss...
15 June 2000 | by corky-27See all my reviews

Inferno is one of the the new (by now old) breed of "post-Tarantino" noirs. I suppose we're all tired of that term by now, but one mustn't forget that for every two or three lousy rip-offs of Mr. QT there's been at least one good one. Interestingly enough, the last film of this ilk that I truly enjoyed was "Phoenix", which also starred Mr. Liotta- (Ray, what have you done to relegate yourself to B-World?). Pilgrim's premise is not very novel but when an amnesia thriller is done right, it's almost always riveting. Herein lies the flaw of "Phoenix". Without giving too much away, I can tell you that most of the suspense about "where am I, who am I, and what have I done" is done in by flashbacks early in the film, and the denouement is rote and by the numbers-(and, as far as this reviewer is concerned, asked more questions than it answered). What did I like about the film? The acting- (especially by Liotta, who is way cool in these sorts of roles) is passable all around. The atmosphere and desert cinematography are creepy and lush, respectively. Pilgrim is a frustrating near-miss...(or is it near-hit?). 3 out of 5 on the Corkymeter, with a full point of that earned single-handedly by Rebel Ray. Let's all wish him a little less "Turbulence" in his career and hope that he can become the "Good fella" that we remember! (Many apologies for that, I just couldn't resist).


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28 July 2000 (Canada) See more »

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