At the end of their college years, Miller finds that he and his college buddies are growing apart as they choose different paths into the future. They are regulars at Murphy's, a popular ... See full summary »
Patrick J. Adams,
A police profiler has just returned from psychiatric leave only to find that he is caught up in a serial killer's rampage. Fighting to keep buried the trauma of his childhood, he must ... See full summary »
In L.A. they ask you to protect and serve, and they handcuff you into how they allow you to do your job. They say the devil you know is better than the devil you don't, but just to know him isn't enough. You have to watch him, study him, understand him And to a certain extent, become him.
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The film was something that I did not expect as I was just trying to relax with something new. The writing was better than most films today in that I did not figure it out. There were many twists and turns in this film but the Directing was what made the film an 8 out of 10. The camera work was really good and only a few lemons as actors throughout the entire flick. It made me think of TRAFFIC and the seedy and dark world that pulls you in and drags you down to it's level. At the same time, the film had many characters that were exactly where they needed to be so that it seemed like you were on the screen with them. Michelle was better in this than anything that I have ever seen her do. This should be a breakout role for Patrick Adams in that he is soooooo good in this film. The reason to watch this film can be summed up in two words: COWBOY JACK! This is a fact and this film is worth buying for Charles Wesley's performance in this film. Being conservative and with a bit of humility: " I want to dance for him at his bar TONIGHT!"
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