Written In Blood shouldnt of been written at all....
Michael Bolts | Superior, WI | 04/03/2006
(1 out of 5 stars)
"Michael T. Weiss (The Pretender & Bones) stars as Matt Ransom, a detective who's marriage to his wife Mary, played by Nancy Valen is going down the shoot. Worse, his partner John Traveller, played by Peter Coyote (The 4400, Sphere), is being convicted of murdering the son of detective Luke Williams, played by Steven Rankin (The One, Blue Streak). This lands John in jail which leaves Matt in a rut. His wife splits up with him after this and his boss played by Gwen McGee (The Clearing, Frailty) doesnt think he can handle his cases. Soon there happens to be multiple murders happen which just so happen to interconnect with the other case that the police are investigating. Matt goes to John in prison to help him find out who this "Sherlock Holmes" killer (which is corny all by itself) is because the killer leaves passages from some of the books. Matt also starts to get involved with John's daugher Jude Traveller played by Maureen Flannigan (At Any Cost, Tv's Starved). Soon, this case leads Matt down twists and turns at every corner and eventually ending up to finding out who the real killer is. Intriguing and suspenseful? No! Not the least. Weiss' acting in this is pure stupidity. He renders in on stiff and completely wooden and dull grunting and stuff, it gets irritating. He's not like his character in The Prender series. He's really bad. Coyote is wasted along with all the other supporting actors in their roles. Save your money, avoid this at all costs. Also starring Dan Gauthier (One Life To Live, Groom Lake) and Jennifer Jostyn (Dr. Benny, Deep Impact). To end, Written In Blood shouldnt of been written at all."
Very cool Film
K. C. Collins | Tucson, AZ USA | 12/03/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"I wasn't too sure how well I would enjoy this film, but I have been a Peter Coyote fan for over 25 years, and have enjoyed Michael T. Weiss' work as well.
I was really impressed with the acting and story line, but I felt it would have been better as a pilot for a t.v. series than just a film.
I do reconmend it though. Kept me on the edge of my seat."
G. Epics | CA | 10/22/2007
(4 out of 5 stars)
"This movie is well acted. Great plot. Really cool flick. Michael T Weiss is great in this role. Really has an edge.
Peter Coyotoe is always great and special nod for Gwen McGee (Coach Carter, Clearing)who stood out as Weiss boss, Captian Streeter,"