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Critic Reviews for Mindhunters
It was supposed to open in the spring of 2003, but they kept pushing back the release date. They should have kept pushing.
Evidently, these young FBI geniuses were just on a collective undercover assignment to infiltrate the Melrose Avenue club scene, because their disguise consists of half-grown (or half-ungrown) beards, shaggy hair, [and] insouciant wisecracking attitudes.
As effective as a movie can be and yet still be 100 percent forgettable.
It didn't take much mental power to come up with the plot.
The illogic of the situation is so extreme that the final confrontation plays like an afterthought.
[Miller's accent] isn't Sir Michael Caine in Hurry Sundown bad -- still the worst Southern accent ever attempted by a future Oscar winner and knight. But it's awful enough to call attention to itself in the middle of a movie smothered in awfulness.
Audience Reviews for Mindhunters
"Someone in this room is a murderer", goes the typical Agatha Christie potboiling thriller, which herein gets a modern update of a twist: "someone in this room of highly trained FBI serial killer profilers is a serial killer profiling us!" Yeah. So, some little fun.
Teeheehee! This kind of reminds me of a parallel version of Saw, which paradoxically takes itself more seriously but has a greater sense of fun. A bunch of impossibly smart, conveniently wounded and hubristically arrogant characters are stranded on an island and pitted against a serial killer that apparently has the powers of telepathy and precognition. It's like death-by-Rube-Goldberg-device set against the backdrop of a gritty police procedural drama. It's the strangest and funniest thing to watch. There are scenes that totally grip you in suspense (though in hindsight, what you're watching was ridiculous), and scenes of flippant humour that help the audience bond to the characters. This is such a great popcorn horror movie. I have nothing bad to say about it. When the writers give him cheese, Renny Harlin makes an omelette.
A great "Twistie Flick" that lives up to it's title, I was actually loosing my mind during my experience. Funny, I have a collection of DVDs I haven't seen and yet I choose to watch TV... What is that?
Anyway, this movie was able to extract the consistency of my interest and keep me there till the end. I must admit, for someone like me to keep guessing is unusual. I usually know who the culprit is before the film ends, but this time I was going back and fourth.
This is another one I have never heard of but enjoyed and it was more than a decent watch in my opinion. I have never seen some of these actors and actresses before but they did deliver the goods and the final product was indeed a worthy check.
|Jake Harris:||Are you having fun yet? I'm having fun.|
|Jake Harris:||Here we are in Crimetown, USA, where all the residents are dead, or soon will be.|
|Jake Harris:||Your most lethal weapon isn't your firearm, It's your brain.|