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Black Point (2002)

In an Alaskan fishing town, a local crime boss suspects a local fisherman knows where his stolen money is, but this fisherman is no regular Joe.

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David Mackay
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Cast overview, first billed only:
David Caruso ... John Hawkins
Susan Haskell ... Natalie Travis
Thomas Ian Griffith ... Gus Travis
Gordon Tootoosis ... Standing Bear
Miguel Sandoval ... Malcolm
Eileen Pedde ... Lisa
Alex Bruhanski ... Fred
Travis MacDonald Travis MacDonald ... Eddy (as Travis Macdonald)
Shawn Reis Shawn Reis ... Logan
Mike Dopud ... Ray
Gus Lynch Gus Lynch ... Mike
John Tench ... Kevin
Allee Friend Allee Friend ... Gabrielle
Christopher R. Sumpton Christopher R. Sumpton ... Homeless Man (as Christopher Sumpton)
Daryl Shuttleworth Daryl Shuttleworth ... Fed #1
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In an Alaskan fishing town, a local crime boss suspects a local fisherman knows where his stolen money is, but this fisherman is no regular Joe.

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Rated R for violence and language | See all certifications »

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Gus Travis: Losing someone you love makes you do crazy things doesn't it?
John Hawkins: Yeah it does
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Yawn
16 June 2003 | by BacteriumSee all my reviews

I don't really know why I am bothering to comment on "Black Point". It is a really ordinary effort, even for a "B"-flick. Whilst I didn't sit down to watch this film (well DVD actually) with any high expectations, I was still disappointed with it. The acting was pedestrian at best but it was the script which really irritated. Things start out OK but as the plot progresses it makes less and less sense, such that the last 30 minutes are just a frenzied mess. It's bad, but unfortunately, not bad enough to be funny.


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Country:

Canada

Language:

English

Release Date:

24 September 2002 (USA) See more »

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Engaño mortal See more »

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Budget:

$6,000,000 (estimated)
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Color
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