Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Robert Patrick, Lauren Holly, Barry Shabaka Henley, Chris Hoffman, Danny Keogh
Director: Darrell Roodt
Genres: Indie & Art House, Mystery & Suspense
A brutal murder has the cops in search of a serial killer. Cold-hearted and methodical the murderer is twisted by the pain of being alive. Whether the cops and the tracker from alaska can follow clues that lead them to the... more »
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Complete waste of time
R. Burns | NORTH PROVIDENCE, RI United States | 08/10/2004
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I can't believe I wasted my time watching this flick. Having a tracker assist the police, contaminating crime scenes, interviewing witnesses would never happen. Realism went out the window there. Not to mention "the guys who can't shoot straight" police and FBI units.
If the revenge seeking villain didn't want to live why didn't he just committ suicide and save us all from wasting our time with this movie"
From the beginning to the end, Pavement was horrible
Michael Bolts | Superior, WI | 05/01/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Lauren Holly (Dumb & Dumber, No Looking Back) stars as Buckley Clarke, a detective who is on a case of a serial killer who sticks needles into the victims. One of the victims happenes to be the sister of Samuel Browne, played by Robert Patrick (The X-Files, The Unit) who is a Tracker. He tracks animals and so on but when he gets the word on his sister he goes off to try to track down the killer who killed her. This leads to him and Holly pairing together. He thinks he knows what he's doing and she thinks that it's ridiculous until is obviously becomes clear to her that he might be right. The killer, played by Alex Duncan, is actually an Albino looking bugger who has a reason for doing so. Pretty boring and predictable with annoying performances except for Patrick (with his super duper tracking stick)...yes, Holly was annoying and bad in this movie. Not much here and Patrick tries his best to hold everything together but it falls down on the "Pavement" at the beginning and from then on it becomes ridiculous as it grows to the ending. I recommend it only for Robert Patrick fans (which I am) but other then that...nahh!"