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| DVD (1)
Polished but unmemorable.
Maybe noir just feels a bit old at this point. No matter what, the movie isn't worth the Texas heat.
They say it isn't nice to kick a dog when it's down. But man, there are a lot of dogs in "Rushlights"...
There are too many twists in Antoni Stutz's uninvolving "Rushlights."
It all dwindles into "Who cares" long before the end of the road.
Whatever pleasure could be derived from the movie's generically twisty plotting is negated by cardboard characterization, indifferent editing rhythms, and a score that sounds like it was pulled from a production music library.
The story is competently told, the direction suits the mood, and the performances are convincing even if the characters aren't very deep.
Drifts glumly from one ludicrous narrative development to the next.
Stutz has crafted a decent thriller, actually. A lesser-man's Body Heat.
With more engaging leads this film might be one that people would want to see a second time--just to get straight all that happened.
A genre exercise that shows some promise, but descends from pleasant obfuscation into patent absurdity.
In this film about murder, the last 10 minutes are enough to kill me.
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