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The Fall (2008)

R | | Drama | 30 October 2009 (USA)
Two brothers are forced to confront a terrible crime that was hidden in their past.

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Officer Washington
Greg Beam ...
David
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Tony Jakubiak (as Benny Ciaramello)
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Erik Masters
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Mery Beth
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Judge Stanley Seeban
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Young Tony
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Carolyn Hoerdemann ...
Officer Hamm
Steven Jeffrey Holden ...
Officer Steve
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Frank Jakubiak
Mildred Lombardi ...
Edna
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Two brothers are forced to confront a terrible crime that was hidden in their past.

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What are you willing to give up for the truth?

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Rated R for some violent images | See all certifications »
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$500,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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If it was any worse it would become a cult classic but no it's just really really bad.
28 January 2012 | by See all my reviews

This is without doubt one of the worst movies I have ever seen. The acting reminds me of a Japanese Noh play- the actors don't seem able to move and speak at the same time. The characterisation is implausible. Special dishonourable mention must go to William Devane's blind judge, who I think is supposed to be Tom Waits. Did I mention he was blind? In fact, every possible stereotype is wheeled out: the facially disfigured girlfriend, the handicapped judge, rampantly homophobic treatment of the gay characters and the women are all scheming bitches who are prepared to use their sexuality to manipulate the hapless men to their bidding. Do not watch this film: if you have a can of paint in the house apply somewhere and watch it dry; it will be a much more fruitful use of your time.


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