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The Livingston Gardener (2015)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 15 May 2015 (USA)
In order to close the case files on over a dozen disappearances, a persistent detective, a bereaved senator, and a skeptical prison warden agree to the request of convicted serial killer ... See full summary »

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Ryan Roy

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Ryan Roy
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Credited cast:
Christine Elise ... Detective Ellen Carnes
James Kyson ... Pierce Lawrence
Lance E. Nichols ... Warden Bishop Wells
Billy Slaughter ... Manny Guerrera
Douglas M. Griffin ... Jim Gardener
Amye Gousset ... News Anchor
Jessica Harthcock ... Chrissie Brady
Miles Doleac ... Aiden Reynolds
Kelly Lind ... Annette Colson
Megan Few ... Maggie Bernard
Geoff Falk ... Ken Colson
Jessica Lemon Wilkinson ... Leslie Ellis
Tracy Miller Tracy Miller ... Senator Andrew Brady
Ryan Watterson Ryan Watterson ... Tony Clark
Emily Lyman Emily Lyman ... Marissa Bloomfield
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In order to close the case files on over a dozen disappearances, a persistent detective, a bereaved senator, and a skeptical prison warden agree to the request of convicted serial killer Jim Gardener, granting him a live television interview in exchange for the location of his remaining victims. Facing off against newsman Pierce Lawrence - the investigative journalist that helped bring him to justice - Gardener uses the interview to set into motion a sinister plan that no one sees coming.

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USA

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English

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Smart maybe, but slowwwwwwww
17 October 2015 | by danielmartinxSee all my reviews

I don't think this is the worst film ever, but there are two things that make it virtually unwatchable: 1. The acting is atrocious. Every character seems to have gone to the Soap Opera Shake Your Head Back and Forth a Little to Add Gravitas to Your Performance School of Acting. 2. The pacing is horrific. Horrific. Scenes that should have been edited out are left to continue for minute upon painful minute, while the poor actors shake their heads a little back and forth to add gravitas to their lives. It coulda been a better film. I get that there were budget constraints, but when you have only a few places to shoot, you have to add something visually in the way of at least one (just one, seriously) quick cut or odd angle or something. As an example of how long and dull the scenes are, take the scene where the interviewer is told by his girlfriend/boss that he has to jump ahead in the interview. He becomes enraged and throws around all kinds of unbelievable emotions while the camera crew just tune him out, and then minutes later it ends with him being flirtatious and cute. Yikes. I recommend watching this, but be warned, the long long speeches might knock you out. I had to do laundry and I pondered whether or not to pause the movie when I stepped out to the laundry room.


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