Nowhere Land (1998)

R   |    |  Action, Crime, Drama


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Dean sees mafia boss Santelli whack an FBI infiltrator and is relocated to a remote cabin in the Sierras for protection. While Santelli's crew tries to locate him, Dean gets company from the beautiful Monica.


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6 August 2000 | Laurie Compton
3
| Dull, unremarkable thriller
This was a dull, unremarkable thriller about an ex con hidden away in a remote cabin in the mountains, while awaiting a court case where he is the star witness against the local mafia boss or whatever. Of course, the inevitable hitmen track him down. This has been done so many, many, many times and there was nothing in this film to lift it above the mediocre. In fact the poor wooden acting, the stilted direction and the absence of any thrills made it far worse than many of its ilk. Avoid at all costs. My rating 3/10.

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Genres

Action | Crime | Drama | Thriller

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Release Date:

1998

Language

English, Italian


Country of Origin

USA

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