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The theme was dark, but the storyline and characters were good.
The handful of sex offenders shown in the film are pretty pathetic people, which is probably how it is in the real world, but as the result they are simply boring!
Danes isn't bad it's just that her own work is overshadowed by Gere's powerhouse performance.
I saw 3/4 of this movie on TV and knew it was the best movie i have ever seen !!Published 6 months ago by jen roberts
It's difficult to find a good movie with a smart and dark atmosphere these days but for the fans of the genre in the similar basket as Silence of the Lambs should also know that... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Jakub Kedzior
It's a great movie for those who are interested in human behavior. It deals with reality like people buying into someone's impressions and understanding . Read morePublished 9 months ago by Frank Mattox
It started off a little slow and kind of confusing (for me). I wasn't exactly sure what was going on at first, but that is what is great about the movie. They throw you into it. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Miko
Richard Geer and Claire Danes were perfect together in the roles as the experienced parole officer of sex offenders Richard Geer and the newbie, who is take over Geer's job. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Pamela Ann Walsh
GOOD thing is, this is a 2007 show, so chances are, not many'll buy the DVD
The blurb's interesting enough but for me, it was a simple story made complicated
Yeah,... Read more
Recipe for a good thriller: take an A-list Hollywood star, give him a gorgeous and gifted actress as a side-kick, make them work with sex offenders, add a serial killer, add a... Read morePublished on November 11, 2012 by Darth Maciek
Richard Gere = 5 stars (and I never liked him as an actor til this flick (Pretty Lady.. give me a break), but here he SHINES! Read morePublished on August 8, 2011 by asdf