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- cannonclubonlin...Mar 28, 2011by
Absolutely Mind Boggling! A Must See for Film Buffs
This film was absolutely a wonderful treat to watch. Ben Kingsley was definitely at the top of this game. Ben plays this quasi serial killer named Benjamin O'Ryan. We are perfectly forced to remain within the constraints of the way this story is told that makes it so difficult to stop watching. We soon find ourselves opening up to the other characters in this film such a our FBI investigator Thomas Mackelway (Aaron Eckhart). Thomas seems to have his own little hidden secret in which were are soon exposed to. What's so creepy about this film is this Benjamin's uncanny gift of remote viewing, which is a highly unlikely situation with most people. The federal government was to have supposedly started this remote viewing project from a spin-off of a Russian program considered to do the same things.
During the development of the story we soon are introduced to another investigator named Fran Kulog (Carrie-Anne Moss) who had supposedly earlier been involved with Thomas Mackelway in a relationship. However, we soon find out that this relationship had somehow gone sour because Thomas was tortured by his incessant desire to track down one of the scummiest serial killers out there. We discover that Thomas actually had gone across the border into Mexico without prior approval to do so and kidnapped this rapist Raymond Starkey (Keith Campbell). Thomas was suspended for doing this and was told to get some psychological help. At every step of the way, Benjamin taunts Thomas by purposefully leaving clues designated to perpetuate his game-like killing of these people. Thomas Mackelway arrives in Albuquerque, and his first case is the murder of a traveling salesman, Harold Speck (Kevin Chamberlin), who had a zero mark on his body. The FBI was called to the scene since the body was found in a car located just across the state line. Thomas grows increasingly estranged by the case & his insanity grows all encompassing as he tries to find the link between the victims that will lead him to their killer.
The film's intensity is only too well topped off by explicit details of newspaper clipping and hundreds of well-composed charcoal drawings, many of which help drive the plot along. There is a dark, demonic imagery involved with this film which I think should be present since we are dealing with a gruesome subject. We find both men torturing themselves within their own minds, thusly, we find caught up in a reverie of overlapping and sometimes misshapen images that are supposedly mimicking blurring thoughts of a remote or E.S.P. type origin.
The visual style reminded me of "Seven" (1995) which seemed to be perfectly captured by Director David Fincher. However no director has yet come as close to match Fincher's unique visual composition and cinematography. All of the shots in Seven are carefully composed and never falter in its editing & pace.
We also have a very strong performance from Harry Lennix who played Rich Carlton, Thomas Mackelway's superior who always seems to have some kind of sarcastic comment to throw out to get Thomas's head out of the clouds.
Ultimately in the end, the film achieves great power during the confrontation between Thomas, Benjamin, and Fran. The showdown with undiscovered serial finally comes to a head. We finally discover how disturbed Benjamin really is when he begs Thomas to go ahead and kill him just as he has seen in his visions since he has and will continue to be tortured by these paranormal occurrences.Read full review
- ccr_toledoAug 10, 2007by
~*~* AN AWESOME THRILLER!! A MUST-SEE!!!! A+++ *~*~
AN A++++ THRILLER ALL THE WAY!!! DEFINITELY A MUST-SEE!!!!!
~*~*~AN AWESOME MOVIE!!~*~*~
Richard Roeper gave it a "THUMBS UP!!"
If you liked the movie SE7EN(SEVEN) with Brad Pitt and Morgan Freeman, you WILL LOVE Suspect Zero!! An AWESOME THRILLER with A LOT of SUSPENSE and a GREAT ENDING!!
It will keep you on the edge of your seat from beginning to end!!
Starring Carrie-Anne Moss(The Matrix), Ben Kingsley(Academy-Award Winner), and Aaron Eckhart
***WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND IT!!!***
Definitely a movie you'll enjoy watching over and over!!
Rent It or Buy It? A MUST BUY!!! ;)
OUR RATING: 10/10 A+++
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- skull-ringMay 08, 2007by
This was a new spin on remote veiwing. A little gross. And a Who Done-it.
It may be beyond some peoples understanding, but if you like secret goverment programs (remote veiwing) and murder mysteries you'll like this one.
- pattimsncSep 03, 2008by
Where the heck was I when this movie came out? My son found it in Walmart's $5.00 bin and I recently watched it with him. After, I searched high and low for it, going to at least 3 different Walmarts. I found it and watched 4 times since!
- squeezie5000Sep 03, 2008by
BUY THIS MOVIE!!! EXCELLENT MOVIE/CAST/PERFORMANCES & IT STAYS IN MY MOVIE COLLECTION!!! I WATCHED THIS MOVIE SEVERAL TIMES ALREADY & LOVED IT EVEN MORE EACH TIME!!!