The Lost Angel (2005)

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From bribery to brutality to blatant frame-ups, police Detective Billie Palmer (Alison Eastwood) closes cases by any means necessary. As the Department of Internal Affairs descends upon her... See full summary »


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10 May 2005 | movieman_kev
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| this movie should have taken lessons from said Angel
Slight off-balance police inspector Palmer (Alison Eastwood) works with Father Brian (Judd Nelson) to solve for a religion-based killer, while she deals with her teen-aged goth sister. Huge plot holes, faulty logic, an un-likable 'heroin' and the fact that the movie just trudges on make this crime thriller awful.It's one of those direct to video flicks that you'd likely find early in the morning on cable, but even if you do stumble across it don't bother watching.

My Grade: D-

Eye Candy: Alison Eastwood gets topless, Andrea Runge gets full frontal (yea she's dead at the time, but what ya gonna do,ya know?)

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