Saturday, September 25, 2004

Review: "Taking Lives"

"[T]he real visuals in the movie are the same old 'flashlight in a dark, cluttered apartment with water dripping and some moldy food for shock value,' and 'autopsies of severely decomposed victims' stuff. I don't know if Jonathan Demme pioneered that film style or not, but his 'Silence of the Lambs' started the real trend and it reached its height with David Fincher's direction of 'Seven.' Thankfully, the movie rises above the cliched film style, primarily due to good casting."

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