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|Absence of the Good|
Actors: Stephen Baldwin, Tyne Daly, Elizabeth Barondes, Brian Lee Bouck, Jenniffer Buckalew
Director: John Flynn
Genres: Drama, Television, Mystery & Suspense
AFTER HIS SON IS SHOT TO DEATH AT SCHOOL, DETECTIVE CALEB BARNESLOSES TOUCH WITH HIS SOUL. WHEN A SERIES OF SEEMINGLY UNRELATED MURDERS PLAGUES SALT LAKE CITY, THE DETECTIVE HIDES HIS GRIEF INSEARCH FOR THE KILLER. HAMPERE... more »
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Elizabeth B. (bethieof96) from NINETY SIX, SC
Reviewed on 5/12/2013...
Very good thriller that will keep you guessing until the end. Stephan Baldwin plays a good role as a troubled cop.
Bill Powers | NY | 02/13/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Absence of the Good is definitely a thriller. If you like movies that keep you on the edge of your seat. While keeping you in suspense then you will love this one! The plot was wonderfully done, and you will never guess who the killer is and will leave you saying WOW!"
Hammers: Not just for nails
K-Man | 12/19/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Absence of the Good is an above average movie in the serial killer genre that has a fairly clever script, good acting, and a strong lead (Stephen Baldwin).The story centers around Detective Caleb Barnes (Stephen Baldwin) and his struggle to find a serial killer while trying to deal with the untimely death of his son. As the body count begins to climb Barnes finds himself trying to help his wife heal while remaining focused on the case. What follows is a well executed police drama with plenty of action and suspense throughout.I wasn't sure if this movie was going to be any good when I rented it. I decided to take a chance and was pleasantly surprised. It kept me guessing and had a twist ending that a couch detective like myself had fun solving. I recommend this film."
TENSE AND INVOLVING
Michael Butts | Martinsburg, WV USA | 03/26/2004
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Stephen Baldwin redeems himself for his lackluster performance in MR. MURDER in this tense, and involving crime thriller. Baldwin plays a cop who has recently lost his son in a tragic accident; his wife (Shawn Huff) is having extreme difficulty in dealing with her guilt and loss. Baldwin plays it stoic, but he too is harboring the pain. When returning to his work, he and his partner (Rob Knepper) are called in on a case involving the hammering deaths of several people, all seemingly not connected. Baldwin, however, believes the culprit is a grown up who wants to revisit his childhood but going to all the places he or she lived. It's a tense, complex plot and well acted. Tyne Daly does her usual good turn as a psychiatrist, and the identity of the culprit is surprising.
Well done and very engrossing."