|88 Minutes (Blu-ray Disc, 2008, Canadian; French)|
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Set in the city of Seattle, 88 Minutes stars Al Pacino (Scarface & Many more) as a college professor who is also an FBI criminal psychiatrist.
The movie starts out with the introduction of the serial killer (Neal McDonough) that Dr. Jack Gramm (Al Pacino) put away with his testimony. The story evolves from there with Gramm receiving a death threat, and the rest of the movie is Gramm having to piece together the pieces in '88 Minutes' to save his live.
The movie was rather predictable, however Pacino is such a good actor that he made it all enjoyable.
I recommend this movie to any Pacino fan and to anyone who likes a good movie with twists in it.
Rated 4 of 5 for a good performance by Al Pacino
Jack Gramm -- a college professor and occasional forensic psychologist for the FBI, finds himself in a race against time when he receives a mysterious phone call telling him he has exactly 88 minutes left to live. This is quite the thriller that keeps you on the edge of your seat!
Al Pacino, Alicia Witt, Amy Brenneman, Leelee Sobieski, William Forsythe
Even though I knew from the start who the bad person was..This film is filled to the hilt with suspense and jaw dropping scenes and revelations sure to jump start any imagination..if you are not good at guessing games this film is sure to drive you over the edge..personally I rather liked the script, the acting was as always with a Pacino movie top rate..true Pacino fans will appreciate what this movie has to offer..I give this film 5 out of 5 bars!!
Absolutely a murder mystery fans paradise. See the characters, see the action, feel the rush, try to solve the puzzle; to catch a serial killer. No, its not Pacino's best performance, and I can say that he can do a lot better, but this movie is not to be underrated. This is one hell of a set up; I'm gonna shut up now and hope that you won't miss this movie.
Al Pacino: where could it possibly go wrong? The writers and director must be sadists. The story is pointless, has no real plot, and utilizes a lot of female abuse to keep the viewers' attention. The DVD makes a great Frisbee or could be used as a "dangly" on a mobile.