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"To Catch a Killer" tells the true gruesome story of John Wayne Gacy - a good friend and helpful neighbour, a great child entertainer, a respectful businessman, and a violent serial killer ... See full summary »
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Paul D. Hannah
When Lee is walking toward the Army recruiter, a Lexus RX SUV is seen. The film takes place in 2002, and the model shown was not produced before 2003. See more »
They think all this is permanent. They don't realize the house of cards they're living in. All of them. All it would take is a little push. A few bodies. Well, more than a few bodies. Maybe five, six a day - for 30 days. Random targets. No, not random targets. When they think it's men, kill a woman. When they think it's women, kill a kid. Think it's kids, kill a pregnant woman, a grandma, a cop. At the cop's funeral, plant a bomb. Lots of bombs. Blow up a whole bus full of ...
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Unintelligent, too slow for anyone who lived through the days that all of us were scared!
This movie doesn't add anything, but it comes as a real bore! what they were thinking!, I have never thought much of Isaiah Washington as an actor, I could care less about his participation on every movie I have seen him before, and watching Tequan Richmond is like watching green paint dry, don't ask, but I think green paint is the most pathetic paint to watch while drying.
This movie is a really missed opportunity, the question is if the writer and producers Just said " Hey lets do an insipid, bland, characterless, and unmoving piece of nothing, "uninspired" on the beltway Sniper" the movie is not even all over the place, because has nothing to offer, it's a shameless situation that blue caprice get a 6.0 rating when "D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear" is just 5.8
Yesterday, I re - watched Bus 174 (2002) (documentary) and then "Last Stop 174 (2008)", I mention this just in case Alexandre Moors, R.F.I. Porto and everyone involved with blue caprice wants to see how a real movie based in actual events is made!
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