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Caught (1996)

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Love, lust, loyalty, and betrayal are the themes of this tense adult drama. Joe (Edward James Olmos) and Betty (Maria Conchita Alonso) are a married couple living in Jersey City; Joe runs a fish market, and Betty wishes that Joe showed as much interest in her as he does in his business, since she feels the spark has died in their relationship. They have a grown son, Danny (Steven Schub), who has moved to Los Angeles in hopes of making it big as a standup comic. One day, a guy named Nick (Arie

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Mystery & Suspense, Drama

Edward Pomerantz

Aug 5, 2003

Sony Pictures Home Entertainment

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On the surface, Young's adaptation of Pomerantz novel feels like a variation of Postman Always Rings Twice, but setting the story in Jersey in a Latino working class milieu and adding Oedipal elements separate his film from the yarn's other versions

January 26, 2007 Full Review Source: EmanuelLevy.Com
EmanuelLevy.Com

Modest but effective little thriller

July 11, 2003
Lawrence Journal-World

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"Poignant. Obssevive! Downright Scintilatting".

Caught is a film Noir, that you hope to not get "Caught" watching.
November 18, 2009
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