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Everybody Dies (2009)

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When a private investigator discovers that his latest assignment involves killing a tough-talking knockout with plenty of secrets, he turns the tables on his benefactors and vows to keep the woman alive at any cost. Jake Lead (Sergio d'Amato) always gets his man, but when his man turns out to be a seductive loner named Nina (Charis Michelson), all bets are off. Feeling a powerful connection to Nina from the moment he first meets her, Jake takes the mysterious beauty on a wild ride through the streets of Los Angeles in order to protect her from the very men who hired him to kill her in the first place.

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Critic Reviews for Everybody Dies

All Critics (2) | Top Critics (2)

Less is famously said to be more, but sometimes it's simply not enough.

Full Review… | May 1, 2009
Los Angeles Times
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The movie is a mess but an interesting one when viewed as a fractured, stream-of-consciousness memory piece.

Full Review… | April 30, 2009
L.A. Weekly
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Audience Reviews for Everybody Dies

The lead actor was difficult to hear and watch. His voice seemed intentionally lowered and it had some odd undetectable accent. The lead actress's performance was fantastic and funny. Michelsen put an interesting and unique spin on the proverbial cool "tough chick" stereotype. This film felt like a dreamy stream-of-thought piece...like a throwback to movies made during the seventies but on drugs.

kj Dominic
kj Dominic

Poorly written, poor acting, poor movie. This would have been a better middle of the night movies when you have to choose it between an infomercial, a Girls Gone Wild commercial, or the going to bed. If you can't fall asleep, this one will help.

Scott Larson
Scott Larson

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