Thriller • R • 1999 • 2 hr 3 min
Dark, gritty, and disturbing masterly shot acted and directed a Schumacher masterpiece
Nicolas Cage and Joaquin phoenix solving crimes, yes please.
Such a 2.5 star film. Cage is compelling. Mediocre story& directing. Ending is soo late 90s Hollywood. Phoenix, Kenner, and Gandolfini shine
Terrifying because stuff like this happens. Havent seen this since I was a teen but I remember it being so disturbing. Will re watch soon🤭
Seen this a couple times. Very dark and brutal storyline. Does this happen? Don't know for sure. Watch and see what I'm talking about.
Intresting movie. Quite intense and graphic at times but not bad! This is definitely one to watch alone though
Awesome topic to explore in film but isn’t super memorable or go as dark as you would think. Still very enjoyable
A very creepy and underrated Cage movie. It's not an actioner...but it's a very interesting story.
Good thriller, it deals with a very heavy subject matter.
A creepy detective film about a search for a recriminating home video/movie. Message from the King with Chadwick was better.
A small, seemingly innocuous plastic reel of film leads surveillance specialist Tom Welles down an increasingly dark and frightening path. With the help of the streetwise Max, he relentlessly follows a bizarre trail of evidence to determine the fate of a complete stranger. As his work turns into obsession, he drifts farther and farther away from his wife, family and simple life as a small-town PI.
Entering a seamy underground world of peep shows, nude clubs, and live Internet sex is David Huxley (Johnathon Schaech), an aspiring politician who has everything to lose. Secretly filmed in a steamy three-way with his fiancée Tish (Lori Heuring) and a gorgeous young model (Zita Görög), David is desperate to find the extortionist who's demanding an exorbitant amount of money for the negatives. But when the blackmail trail ends in murder and David is kidnapped, Tish must come up with $5 million ransom or her fiancé's once-promising career, and life, may come to a dead end.