Thriller • R • 2002 • 1 hr 39 min
An interesting movie for sure. Shows you a dramatized interpretation of what happens when revenge goes too far.
Engaging drama about the fallout a car accident has in the lives of the people involved
Samuel L Jackson carries this movie and I’m fine with that
Fast paced conflict between two very different individuals, I found their revenge schemes to be funny at some points
Very tense, intriguing, well edited, believably acted and nicely shot. This is an underrated film in Samuel L. Jackson’s filmography.
An accident asks two lead stars how far they would go to keep what they have. I ask if I care about them.
One single bad choice can change your life, for good or for bad, that’s up to you. What a great movie!
Sloooooow, almost nothing happens for the majority of the film and once the plot kicks in, it’s a boring story anyways.
Without the stellar performances, this movie would have seemed ridiculous, but they manage to anchor it in reality.
Nothing ground breaking but the two leads make it worth watching and interesting enough concept to keep you engaged.
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