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James Patterson's '1st to Die' (2003)





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Intriguing twists propel this story in which a police inspector (Tracy Pollan) facing personal turmoil tracks a serial killer who preys on newlyweds. Jenks: Robert Patrick. Chris: Gil Bellows. Claire: Pam Grier. Cindy: Carly Pope. Jill: Megan Gallagher. Chessy Jenks: Angie Everhart. Joanne Wade: Sean Young. Jacobi: Mitch Pileggi.


Tracy Pollan
as Insp. Lindsay Boxer
Gil Bellows
as Capt. Chris Raleigh
Robert Patrick
as Nicholas Jenks
Pam Grier
as Claire Washburn
Carly Pope
as Cindy Thomas
Megan Gallagher
as Jill Barnhart
Angie Everhart
as Chessy Jenks
Mitch Pileggi
as Warren Jacobi
Sean Young
as Joanna Wade
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James Patterson is an amazing author and I hope he does more Women's Murder Club movies that follow the books.

Jessica Bitz
Jessica Bitz

I absolutley loved Robert Patrick in this, he was so charming yet so scary. This was a great adaptation of James Patterson's amazing novel.

Nora B
Nora B

5.5/10. It is engrossing, but way way overlong, I started getting antsy though for a concusion. There are gaping holes in the plot, and it has that made for tv look to it. The performances are fine and they give sincere performances. It is really two plots that intertwine - a murder mystery and Tracy Pollan's character dealing with an illness. If they had left the latter out it would have been a reasonable length and a much more interesting story. It also has some intriguing twists, but there are way too many of them. It should have stopped while it was ahead.

James Higgins
James Higgins

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