Angels Don't Sleep Here (2002)

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A man is accused of murder and manipulated into a web of deceit as his thought-to-be dead twin brother plots revenge on those who tried to kill him.

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6 April 2013 | jfarms1956
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| Good movie for insomniacs
This movie is geared to adults since children and teens won't pay much attention to it at all. The movie is very slow going. It is easy to forget within 5 minutes of the ending. Except for Roy Schneider (whose acting I like however, in this film it was so so)the film would be nearly a total failure. It has a predictable plot and I feel sorry for the actors that have such a bad movie to be in. The actors do a decent job. This movie is background noise and good to leave on for your pet dog or cat. This is also a good movie to have on when one plays bridge or poker. It does pick up somewhat in the second half. However by that time, one is on their way to snooze-ville. I give two thumbs up because it was dull, not stupid.

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$3,500,000 (estimated)

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