A Murder Of Crows details
|Starring:||Eric Stoltz, Marianne Jean-Baptiste, Tom Berenger, Mark Pellegrino, Cuba Gooding Jr.|
A Murder Of Crows
|Run time:||1 hour 36 minutes|
|Rental release:||28 Oct 2002|
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Murder of PlotBy Peter Rendall from England , 05 Aug 2004
[Highly rated reviewer]What starts out as a promising variation on the classic stolen book story line deteriorates into a mess of coincidences and ludicrous sub-plots. How and when or why did the sexy publisher meet the psycho killer before snogging with him on the staircase? Who put crows in that tree? And why? Did those scenes have anything to with any others?
Unexplained plot twists and nonsensical red herrings leave you holding too many loose ends to care.
Intriguing title but lousy film.
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A murder of crowsBy a customer from Erskine , 08 Jul 2008A good thriller with Cuba Goodring jr showing how lawyers can be easily turned from the straight and narrow and Tom Berenger just seems comfortable playing a cop out to get the lawyer who has been tricked by a con-man and his greed is proving his downfall as all his colleagues turn their backs on him in his hour of need............some of the storyline was predictable probably due to bad costume make-up.
Strangle that crowBy a customer from Westbury, Wilts , 16 Jan 2007This was a TV type murder film. A bit like Murder She Wrote, only with a little better acting. The story was pretty bad really and it didn't look like the actors were having much fun doing it. The make-up, especially on the real murderer was laugh out loud funny, I guessed he was the murderer from the first time I saw him. The ending was pretty poor too. I gave it 2 stars cause it was better than Jessica Fletcher (Murder She Wrote.)
good idea spoilt by comedy atmosphereBy a customer from Devon, England , 08 Jan 2007I was looking forward to what sounded like a gripping thriller a la John Grisham... but the atmosphere felt more like that of a comedy - the sets and acting seemed to belong to a sitcom. It wasn't unbearable, but that's the highest compliment I can think of for it.
BrilliantBy Michael Wheeler from East London , 26 Aug 2005Great story and great acting, which held you in suspense right to the end.
Well worth watching.
Interesting film.By carcrow from Edgbaston , 27 Jan 2005Interesting film with a novel storyline(to coin a phrase).
Good underacting by the main characters Cuba Gooding Jr and Tom Berenger.