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Tempo (2003)





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Love and larceny cross paths in an unexpected way in this direct-to-video thriller. Sarah (Melanie Griffith) is a U.S. expatriate living in Paris, where she makes a good living as a courier on the black market, smuggling for several clients including art collector Walter Shrenger (Malcolm McDowell). She is involved in a May-December romance with American Jack, but he betrays her by falling in love with Jenny (Rachael Leigh Cook), a beautiful American woman who works for an upscale jewelry store and knows how to access their safe. Jack begins an affair Jenny, setting up a dangerous and potentially explosive love triangle between the three; meanwhile, one of Sarah's smuggling jobs goes horribly wrong.
R (adult situations/language, sex)
Action & Adventure , Drama , Mystery & Suspense
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Universal Studios Home Video

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Hugh Dancy
as Jack
Malcolm McDowell
as Walter Sherenger
Art Malik
as Maldonado
David La Haye
as Bayliss
Delphine Rich
as Lisette
Rita Davies
as Juliana
André Oumansky
as Philippe
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This heist film wasn't worth watching. It's fast cuts made it not fun to watch. They were trying desperately to make time pass and make the film have some intensity to it. To me it was just annoying. Even the ending wasn't surprising. The only thing that made it watchable was Rachael Leigh Cook performance. Her role as a semi-troubled young woman was wonderfully well-played. www.what-to-watch.com

Laura Rachel
Laura Rachel

Plenty of screen time for the lovely Rachael Leigh Cook, and Melanie wasn't too shabby either, but the plot just didn't engage me.

William Thomas
William Thomas

A very old school 80s TV-film look-alike which including the story, the setting & the editing (interlude). Melanie Griffith was a completely miscast and as a matter of fact she acted terribly awful, like an slutty old mom. Setting of her character was unreasonable in the first place. Hugh Dancy is appealing in this one though.


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