D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear
Based on the known events that shook the United States for 23 days in 2002. Within 24 hours six people were killed by a sniper in Maryland County. A man and his son get overlooked in all settings where shootings occur. The police, in cooperation with the FBI follows the wrong track of a white van, while the murderers act with impunity and panic seizes the population
- Stars:Charles S. Dutton, Jay O. Sanders, Bobby Hosea, Trent Cameron, Helen Shaver, Tom O'Brien, Charlayne Woodard, Garwin Sanford, Doug Abrahams, Michael Kopsa, David Neale, Veena Sood, Nels Lennarson, Michael Adamthwaite, Raul Aguilar,
- Director:Tom McLoughlin,
- Writer:Dave Erickson
Based on the known events that shook the United States for 23 days in 2002. Within 24 hours six people were killed by a sniper in Maryland County. A man and his son get overlooked in all settings where shootings occur. The police, in cooperation with the FBI follows the wrong track of a white van, while the murderers act with impunity and panic seizes the population . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
D.C. Sniper: 23 Days of Fear torrent reviews
(nl) wrote: I wouldnt call it too bad for a thriller. The twist in the end was one hell of a twist but they just couldnt explain it out properly and then again there were too many questions that remain unanswered. Watch it only if you like watching suspense thrillers. Otherwise its a total waste of time.
(jp) wrote: I'm already having regrets about giving this a score it doesn't deserve. Don't let the 2 1/2 stars fool you. This would fall to only one star if I was being passionate. It is a crude and terrible film. But because of this, it has some comedic value; unintentionally, anyways. The concept of having a twin sister separated from you at a very early age, not remembering it, and then having her stalk you down is an alright concept for me. But that's the only thing people can take seriously, here. Some of the acting was so bad, it amused me quite a bit. If I was actually serious when looking for a serial killer flick, I'd be greatly disappointed.
(jp) wrote: Repeating the Dogville aesthetics, Von Trier exercises the most american right of all; freedom of speech, which like it or not, the truths in Manderlay apply painfully true to all of nowaday's lower-class.
(br) wrote: I like the idea behind the "Hyper Time" logics and rules this film had, but I want to see it in a more serious and mature film, rather then some nickelodeon teenage backwash.
(us) wrote: Serving as both a homage to Blaxploitation films & a gritty, action-packed thriller. Jackie Brown is another delightful treat from Quentin Tarantino.
(us) wrote: Laughed so much my stomach hurt.. :-D
(nl) wrote: Almost perfect but long movie..
(ru) wrote: Ooo, this was good. Definitely way more of a thinker than expected. It's a super tense thriller about a moment in time for all sorts of people. Yes, parts of it are very contrived and eye rolling, but it still works to hammer home the point. When you have the technology and power to watch anyone anywhere, and even to kill them, how do you harness it? What goes on here is SO relevant to what's going on in the world right now. Helen Mirren is great, as always. Very much recommended.