Body Count (1998)

R   |    |  Crime, Drama, Thriller


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It was supposed to be an easy job for the 5 guys to rob an art museum of $15 million in paintings, but it comes with a body count that continues on the way to Miami to sell.


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  • Ving Rhames and Forest Whitaker in Body Count (1998)
  • Ving Rhames and Forest Whitaker in Body Count (1998)
  • Ving Rhames and Forest Whitaker in Body Count (1998)
  • David Caruso, Ving Rhames, and Forest Whitaker in Body Count (1998)
  • David Caruso, Linda Fiorentino, John Leguizamo, Ving Rhames, Forest Whitaker, and Donnie Wahlberg in Body Count (1998)
  • David Caruso, Linda Fiorentino, John Leguizamo, Ving Rhames, Forest Whitaker, and Donnie Wahlberg in Body Count (1998)

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29 February 2000 | fargo26
8
| Not THAT bad !
I had delayed seeing this movie because of all the bad reviews and comments it received but I thought it wasn't THAT bad after all ... I mean I picked it up basically because I had seen everything else so I thought ... why not this one ... especially since it was in the "Nobody wants to see this,

right ??" section of the video store ...

I have to say that despite some goofy dialogues ... scenes ... acting ... script ... I was actually "entertained" enough to recommend it ... Some nice twists and turns along the way as those awful people just can't BEHAVE !!... I mean it would be sooooo easy to just shut up and drive all the way to wherever there going ... (was it Florida, not sure ?? But the story doesn't appear to be so important here !! ) ... you don't make a movie with that .. do you ?? hehe !!

I was surprised that with all the recognizable faces in the cast this movie slipped through the cracks ... marginal recommendation ... too bad the last third is kind of a let down ... but before that I thought this movie was actually pretty "intriguing" .. especially if you like movies like Fargo, Reservoir dogs and Pulp Fiction (Although Body count is really faaaaaaar from being as good as those three !!) ...

All those movies just have similar styles ... gruesome violence and sometimes amusing dialogues ... 3/5 and I am pleased considering I was fearing it would be a turkey when I popped it in the VCR ...

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