The Alphabet Killer (2008)

R   |    |  Crime, Mystery, Thriller

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Based on the true story of the double initial killings in Rochester, NY.

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  • Timothy Hutton in The Alphabet Killer (2008)
  • Bill Moseley in The Alphabet Killer (2008)
  • Michael Ironside in The Alphabet Killer (2008)
  • Larry Hankin in The Alphabet Killer (2008)
  • Tom Noonan in The Alphabet Killer (2008)
  • Cary Elwes in The Alphabet Killer (2008)

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27 January 2009 | ken-stambaugh
| not horrible, but definitely not great
I normally am not a fan of crime movies, especially those based on reality but stretched to the extreme, and the "Alphabet Killer" is no exception. Poor acting, horrible misrepresentation of reality, inaccuracy beyond belief, and camera work that my high school journalist could have topped takes this movie to the bottom. I do, however, enjoy movies that i don't know what's going to happen five minutes into it, and that is where this movie does succeed.

I watched "Alphabet Killer" twice; once confused and then once playing the "Alphabet Killer" drinking game. Neither was incredibly enjoyable but compared to most of the films these days it was not repulsive. If you are bored and happen to have a free redbox code its worth the 2 hours for sheer enjoyment of how truly worthless cops are.

I know this is one of my less useful reviews but i really don't have much to say about this movie; that's why i watched it twice. It really isn't that bad but at the same time it's not that good. I gave it the benefit of having funny cop hating to get the 6 instead of the 4.

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