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The movie itself is boring and tedious.
Paul Dillon plays Thurman's loser friend (and he's from Baltimore; Lord help us), but you'll be more familiar with his brother, Matt.
The final climax offers little in the way of surprise, and then a clumsy ending seals the deal on a generally unimpressive film.
Thought this was something else. Uma does an ok job of acting.Published 1 month ago by Arthur Pribula
It was so boring that I zipped thru it in just a few minutes. I can't tell you about it, as I was not really paying close attention.Published 18 months ago by paul ashbrook
Unless you are a die hard Uma Thurman fan, avoid this movie at all cost. The only redeeming quality of the movie is that you get to see Uma's first starring role in a major motion... Read morePublished on February 22, 2013 by Maria
I'll bet Matt Dillon's parents are pi**ed that they didn't have one child per year to infiltrate the film industry with tough guy silent types in leather jackets. Read morePublished on June 18, 2007 by kosiewicz
I felt really fortunate when I found Uma's first role appearance was also a Noire film (I confess I am partial to foreign, indie & noir films). Read morePublished on August 28, 2006 by T. LACOUR
When i got the dvd i wasnt expecting a good movie at all based on reviews but the movie wasnt completely horrible. Read morePublished on December 16, 2004 by John Andrade