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Plot: When the daughter of a psychiatrist is kidnapped, he's horrified to discover that the abductors' demand is that he break through to a post traumatic stress disorder suffering young woman who knows a secret... Runtime: 113 mins Release Date: 28 Sep 2001
An incredible performance by Brittany Murphy will make this movie stick with you long after you've watched it. Her portrayal of Elizabeth Burrows, a disturbed teenager, isutterly brilliant. Michael Douglas, of course, is splendid. He makes you feel what his character is feeling... puts you right into the movie, in Nathan Conrad's shoes. This thriller will keep your atention for the full 113 min. and much longer.ENJOY!!
Made Skye McCole Bartusiak my Favorite Child Actress (by Saturns_Illusionist)
From this day on, Skye McCole Bartusiak is my favorite child actress overall! You can forget about overrated untalented Hilary, unfunny Amanda, forget about amazing Anna and fascinating Natalie, even forget *gasp* cute lil' Dakota. . .Skye will outact them in the future, if she hasn't now. During most of the time when I was watching this truly impressive flick I was going to rate it only a 6 because the directing wasn't all that convincing, but still convincing, the scripting did have a couple of flaws. I know this movie ain't no Oscar winner, but it ain't no sugar-coated, <more>
PG-rated, fluffy, boppy, unrealistic but trying to be realistic, PG, trashy Disney pile of dung. Though it did have an unsatisfying end slightly, it did fit in the whole movie.Skye McCole Bartusiak surely must have been older than eight when she filmed it. No kid that age could be that talented. She captures realistic traits that her character would make in that situation. The emotional depth of the character she portrayed was immense. Her character was heartbreakingly cute, but it didn't try to be at all. She can look so incredibly natural, with on screen grace and poise. Her performance is beautiful, her emotional work during the film is incredible. . .you can really feel her pain. She is so talented at such a young age, her facial expressions sum up all her emotions in this film. Without Skye's brave, demanding and emotionally raw performance this movie would have been nothing.Even though Ms. McCole Bartusiak did by far the best acting job in this movie, Douglas, Janssen and Murphy were quite amazing too. And needless to say that Skye McCole Bartusiak will follow her suit ... and that she unquestionably is the most adorable girl ever!
My all time favorite suspense thriller! (by Ramblingon)
This movie tells an interesting story with some exciting action scenes. Great chemistry between Michael Douglas and Brittany Murphy. Sean Bean makes a good villain, menacing but not over the top. Michael Douglas is at his usual suave self. I'll watch any of him films. But I'm especially taken by Murphy's character Elisabeth. Like another critic rightly stated, given the circumstance this character could have been annoying and obnoxious. But instead, under Murphy's talented portrayal, Elisabeth appears so sad and vulnerable that your heart just aches for her and you want to <more>
pull her in your arms and give her a long comforting hug. Yet you can also feel her inner strength when she realized that she must overcome her own fears in order to help save another person's loved one. She was able to elicit viewers' sympathy. We feel sad for her traumatic past and we care about what happens to her. At one point I was moved to tears, when she was overcome by the pain of her resurfaced memory and trying desperately to reach out for her dad, oblivious to the incoming train.Two thumbs up to the movie and all the ones who made it a success. **** out of 4
This movie was great. It was a fantastic movie. It has a lot of suspense and thrills in this movie. Michael Douglas played his part very good and he made the movie as good as it was. The acting was great by Brittany Murphy as a confused child who knows a secret code of some sort. The movie was great and I recommend it to all viewers who like Michael Douglas and like the thrilling and suspenseful movies because this movie has a lot of it.
pay attention people! (by automaticallycurly)
OK I personally thought that this was an excellent movie. There has been nothing like it. Obviously some people were not paying attention to the movie because there were a lot of obvious questions asked. Particularly Racegirl... Like there was a question about how the killers knew that she had a code in her head. They knew that after they had killed Elisabeth's father, that he was sent to Potter's Field. They also knew that he stole the ruby and had to have it with him. Secondly, the purpose of Oliver Platt's character was that the killers originally called him first, threatening <more>
his girlfriend's life. He didn't get the number in time so they killed her. THe whole reason that he was on the other side of the glass was so that if Elisabeth ended up giving Dr. Conrad the number, he would hear it and be able to call Patrick quickly. Thirdly, the cops were called by Cassidy and that is why they showed up at the Conrad's house. After Dr. Conrad took Elisabeth from the asylum, they sped away and she ran out after them. She immediately called other officers and told them that she needed them at his residence. "Coinicidentally," the incident with Aggie and the other killer had just happened. And about the gunshots that Det. Cassidy was able to hear while on the boat... it was a pretty open and quiet place. I mean not many people are going to be at Potter's Field on Thanksgiving Day?! IT was basically only them there, so of course, something as loud as a gun shot is going to echo throughout a quiet place. The purpose of her role was important. Nathan was not supposed to talk to cops but she kept showing up and she worked HOMICIDE. hello? Not to mention that she is the one that saved Nathan's life in the end?! That is all I can remember as far as questions but that pretty much sums up most of them. So there ya go.
I was pleasantly surprised by this film. In an otherwise ordinary suspense flick, the most important element in the film is the acting. The acting is so good that it makes you care about the characters. Michael Douglas and Brittany Murphy provide the movie an edge over most race-against-time nailbiters
ONE WORD: G R E A T (by Luigi Di Pilla)
It was a very dramatic and suspenseful thriller and the film is never boring. So I can only say a word: G R E A T. Michael Douglas played as usual good in the role as a psychiatrist. Also good performance from Skye McCole as Jessie the little girl. There are some scary scenes. I will add no doubt this DVD to my best of collection. If you liked this movie you shouldn´t miss "KISS THE GIRLS" also from director Gary Fleder or "SINGLE WHITE FEMALE" from Barbet Schroeder. Believe me you will not be disappointed. I think the film is too underrated. I give it a minimum of 8/10.
Old fashioned non-thinking fun (by soloview)
OK, so you have to ignore a few glaringly unbelievable circumstances. So what? The movie is fun anyway.Roughly every 10 years, I notice I've changed considerably. However, you know who hasn't? The villains in this movie. Somehow, magically, though arrested over 10+ years ago, they all manage to be released at the same time. They also, inexplicably, have been able to rig not only Michael Douglas' apartment but the hospital where he must treat a new patient although in the beginning we're led to understand he basically sees only private patients & rarely goes to the <more>
hospital anymore . We're talking high-tech bugging here: private & cell phones, cameras & 2-way communication in both hospital & home -- the whole 9 yards. But I digress. That part is not explained but who cares? It's a movie, dammit!I allowed myself to get caught up in it, despite incongruities & found it enjoyable; it even evoked quite a bit of tension along with the smirks.Douglas is good but then I generally enjoy him . Brittany Murphy is fine in a role that easily could have gone over the edge. Sean Bean's a fine villain you wouldn't want to turn your back on. The cast, generally speaking is fine, although I was sort of sad to find the admirable Oliver Platt in a second-rate role -- he's far too good an actor to be here. But I guess he needed the $.Not great but not bad either.
I have never been to New York. But this movie just gives the gritty and blue and dark New York feeling. I love the season, autumn, that the movie is shot at.Score is mediocre. It doesn't bother me, no, but I just don't notice it during the film. Maybe it's the plot that keeps me intensively glued to the screen, I don't know. I guess I'd have to bought the soundtrack. But those two songs: "Marvin Gaye - Pride and Joy" and "Louis Prima - Fee, Fie, Foo". These songs got so into me. And afterall the jazz adds more of this New York feeling to me.The other <more>
day when I watched it, it was cloudy and not very good whether. This movie fit very nicely into that evening.About the acting part. I'm not very good at judging people's acting, but I do recognize, when somebody acts bad. Not in this movie though. Everything was great. Sean Bean is very good at playing bad guys. Skye McCole Bartusiak did also a nice job.This movie rocks in every way.