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Taking Lives

There is a serial killer traveling through Canada and possibly stealing the identities of his victims. After a long time, investigations into those serious cases of this serial killer began in Montreal within the FBI. Elena Scott is investigating but the local police may have doubts about her direction because of her investigative style. Scott begins to approach art dealer James Costa, who says he is an eyewitness to the latest murder. They both begin to approach when Costa becomes very important in capturing the killer and perhaps there will be a romantic side.
Keywords:  #Angelina Jolie #D.J. Caruso #Ethan Hawke #Kiefer Sutherland #Taking Lives
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Washington Post
March 19, 2004
Nosedive it does, abandoning all pretense of style and eccentricity for at-times laughable predictability.
Princeton Town Topics
April 25, 2007
A production which would rather scare its audience with gore than reel it in via a gripping whodunit.
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Fat Guys at the Movies
January 17, 2016
From the opening credits, it was nearly impossible to shake the feeling that Taking Lives was desperately trying to be the next Seven.
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March 21, 2004
Jolie is far too good for this tripe but she does give the film its only believable moments, and for the first half, her concentration makes you watch her intently.
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December 29, 2008
Could very well be mistaken for an Ashley Judd programmer.
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March 19, 2004
Caruso is a much more resourceful director than this material deserves, but I resented being two steps ahead of the genius profiler and the genius serial-killer.
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Groucho Reviews
May 20, 2009
Willfully stupid and obvious for most of its running time, this serial-killer thriller lulls the audience into one gasp-worthy, rug-pulling moment that, while stupid, isn't exactly obvious. [Blu-ray]
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Washington Post
March 19, 2004
Would have to work nights to reach mediocrity.
Toronto Star
March 19, 2004
While not breaking any new ground, director D.J. Caruso's movie also doesn't disappoint.
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Christianity Today
November 02, 2006
The film's villain may take fictitious lives, but the film itself takes up real time that could be spent on better things.
Common Sense Media
December 28, 2010
A couple of genuine thrills but not for kids.
Rolling Stone
March 25, 2004
If you can buy the pillow-lipped Angelina Jolie as a psychic FBI agent in Montreal to hunt a serial killer, then you can swallow the other implausibilities in this retread thriller.
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