A Harsh Mondern-day Romeo & Juliet
Amanda M. Kimmell | 06/22/2000
(2 out of 5 stars)
"Definite change in London's usual roles, with his characters' skewed view of love. I found the concept interesting, and it had it's spots of humor, but the best thing about it was a song called "Timebomb" by Flesh, which I cannot seem to find ANYWHERE. A "B" movie at best, I still can't stop myself from watching it."
Music is great, movie is alright
Amanda M. Kimmell | Humble, Texas | 07/03/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I just saw this on one of our movie channels the other day but it was called "Countdown" not "Serial Bomber." Having grown up in Seattle and always enjoying films that have Jeremy and/or Jason London in them, I decided I would check this movie out. It wasn't horrible.. the acting was a little sketchy, but I still ended up watching the whole movie without getting bored. Definitely different roles for Petty and London. I went on Amazon to try and find the soundtrack for the movie which I thought was actually the best part but I cannot find it anywhere. I can't even find any of the individual songs anywhere. Weird. I'm sort of amazed that they aren't listed anywhere. The music is worth checking this movie out."