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2:13

2011

NR CC
3.4 out of 5 stars (51) IMDb 4.8/10

A police profiler has just returned from psychiatric leave only to find that he is caught up in a serial killer's rampage. Now, he must face his own demons along with the killer to save his small eroding existence.

Starring:
Mark Thompson, Mark Pellegrino
Runtime:
1 hour, 35 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller, Horror
Director Charles Adelman
Starring Mark Thompson, Mark Pellegrino
Supporting actors Teri Polo, Kevin Pollak, Dwight Yoakam, Patrick J. Adams, Jaime Alba, Jere Burns, E.J. Callahan, Deborah Carson, Rick Chambers, Greg Cromer, Don Danielson, Jonathan Decker, Kim Delgado, Randy Flagler, Ken Howard, Monika Jolly, Jamison Jones, Harry Karp
Studio Echo Bridge
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Captions and subtitles English Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video)

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By Kimberly J. Muthersbaugh on June 12, 2011
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My husband and I watched this on Instant Video and we both were pleasantly surprised at how good it was. The lead actor was fantastic. Every emotion he was feeling was showed in his eyes and demeanor. I am not sure if I had seen him in other things, he was superb in this. I think the comparison to Seven and Silence of the Lambs is wishful thinking, however, this is a very good film in its own right. The plot, although done before, is about a cop who comes back from leave (you will know why) only to be plunged into a nightmare investigation of a serial killer who likes William Shakespeare. I will not spoil this for anyone who watches, there is a great surprise ending that I could never have imagined. If you are looking for a good psychological thriller this is worth watching.
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2:13 was a very good psychological thriller with some unexpected twists.
The cast was brilliant and the acting top notch,There are some very gory grisly scenes of torture and murder that amp up the horror factor.

At the core of the story we have a cat and mouse between a Serial Killer and a Detective with emotional and drinking issues and that is always interesting if done right and it works here.

I won't say much because I don't want to give anything away but it is definitely worth a watch You can also catch this on Fios on Demand right now.
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"You thinking what I'm thinking?"
"Probably not."

Russell Spivey, a police profiler (Mark Thompson) no sooner returns from psychiatric leave when he suddenly finds himself caught up in a serial killer's rampage. Fighting to keep the trauma of his childhood buried, Russell Spivey must confront the trademark of the killer: all too-familiar masks left on the faces of his victims. The significance of these masks is reveled slowly and late, this is mainly a story about a cop with issues (they always have issues, in this case drinking). A great deal of time is devoted to Russell Spivey's issues, which also involves Kevin Pollack as the doctor who is treating him. I was less interested in this aspect of the film but most of the amusing moments came from their interplay ("light?"). So I'm conflicted, I really liked this movie but it's definitely more a procedural than what the DVD illustration suggests. If you went by the impression the cover gives you would be misled into thinking this was a horror film, it's not. Even though all the elements represented on the cover are accurate to the contents, they're done in such a way that you would think it was a horror movie. I think that's a bit of a cheat.
At any rate, I enjoyed it once I got over my initial disappointment. But I didn't keep it for my collection.
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2:13 is a well-made, thoughtful thriller w/ plenty of darkness and heavy atmosphere. It's also a cool police procedural (Ala: WIRE IN THE BLOOD). If you love movies like SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, HANNIBAL, RED DRAGON / MANHUNTER, SE7EN, THE ALPHABET KILLER, etc., then 2:13 should be a treat. Although there are the usual plot contrivances and red herrings, the storyline and main character portrayals more than make up for these tiny drawbacks. Highly recommended...
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Quite simply one of the best movies I have seen this year. The lead actor has mastered the art of deadpan humor in addition to just flat out being a superb actor.
Great plot, great characters, very intertaining....intelligent...I could go on and on. I rented this from Amazon Instant but am about to order a physical copy for future use.....this is worth seeing many more times than once!!
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The person who made this film either was an idiot or thought that his audience was idiots. There are a bunch of mysteries in this film and every time that a key hint in the mystery shows up, the director decides that we shouldn't see it. The murdered body, the message under the rug, the e-mail on the computer screen, the details of the videotape, etc.. It's like the moron who made this thought that he could make the mystery more mysterious by not sharing any of the clues with us. I find that deeply frustrating and aggravating. Not only do I not recommend this film - I think it should cease to exist and I want my money back.
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I don't think I'm giving away too much by saying it's a shame that some very poor casting choices were made--not that any of the actors is bad, but really Mark Thompson and Mark Pellegrino really would have come across far better and made this a great film if their casting had been swapped and Pellegrino had played the surly, alcoholic investigator while Thompson portrayed the man whose wife the investigator was never able to catch... I could imagine giving five stars to that film, all else being equal.
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Mark Thompson is very good in the role of profiler, Russell Spivey, who is an alcoholic suffering from a long list of traumatic events. Spivey returns from a leave of absence to find he's in the middle of a troubling serial killer case. It's a thrilling performance that keeps you on the edge of your seat until the startling final scenes. There's a twist at the end you won't see coming.
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