American Crime (2004)

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A young smalltown reporter, Jessie St. Claire, begins investigating a killer stalking his victims making video tapes. This might just be the career opportunity, which she has hoped for. ... See full summary »


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13 September 2004 | vincent-100
Not too bad
This one was released straight to video, and for good reason. Yet it's still better than your average made-for-TV movie. The concept is pretty good, but the way it was put together was not. The performances were poor all round, save for Cary Elwes who puts together a delightfully eccentric character in Albert Bodine. It's worth a watch just for Elwes' role. I'm still waiting for him to do something great - I believe he is capable. The plot was good. I enjoy murder mysteries, and this one had me thinking at one point it could be any one of them after seeming obvious at first. In the end, a bit unsatisfactory, but certainly not on the worst list. Not much more to say, but I have to fill 10 lines. What else? What's so special about Rachael Leigh Cook? In this movie: nothing. Watch Annabella Sciorri, though, for future star power.

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