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Red Team (The Crimson Code) (2001)





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In this crime thriller, Jason Chandler (Patrick Muldoon) is an FBI agent who is trying to hunt down a serial killer nicknamed "The Silencer" for his habit of cutting out the tongues of his victims. As Chandler tries to uncover the trail of "The Silencer," he is recruited for an elite FBI unit called the "Red Team," which is devoted solely to hunting down serial killers; however, the more Chandler studies their methods, the more he finds himself thinking the Red Team may be doing more harm than good. Chandler also finds himself developing a very non-professional relationship with his new partner, Stephanie Dobson (Cathy Moriarty). As Jason and Stephanie do research on The Silencer, they discover evidence that there's another unusual killer on the loose -- a multiple murderer who is targeting serial killers. Red Team was also released under the title The Crimson Code.more
Rating: R (adult situations/language, nudity, violence)
Genre: Mystery & Suspense, Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Alex Metcalf
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On DVD: Feb 20, 2001
Artisan Entertainment

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Patrick Muldoon
as Jason Chandler
Cathy Moriarty
as Stephanie Dobson
Tim Thomerson
as William Heywood
Fred Ward
as Randall Brooks
C. Thomas Howell
as J.B. Gaines
David Brown
as Warshofsky
Lee J. Campbell
as Arthur Reeves
James Durham
as Walter Ringler
Arne MacPherson
as Freddy Whiteside
Stan Lesk
as Wild Eyes
Carlee Michelle Beno...
as Dead Woman No. 1
Jeff McCredie
as State Police Officer...
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All Critics (5)

Unconvincing cynical crime drama about FBI corruption over the pursuit of serial killers.

Full Review… | June 3, 2012
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Full Review… | April 4, 2011
Apollo Guide

October 3, 2005

March 27, 2004
Spirituality and Practice

The film is filled with...eye-rolling exchanges of dialogue, and the acting certainly never validates any of it.

Full Review… | April 4, 2011
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Audience Reviews for Red Team (The Crimson Code)

This is not a particularly thrilling thriller. It's an okay movie, the cast does well, but it just isn't compelling enough for it to work. It does try, it just doesn't happen. Mundane score. Nothing special.

James Higgins

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