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    • by Jermaine McKenzie
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      Ah, Mr. Brooks…this is a movie I can wrap my mind around and just linger in for awhile. A very nice psychotic drama featuring the ever talented Kevin Costner as the mass murdering serial killer Earl Brooks. I finer film this year under the genre of crime has yet to surface.

      Voices in your head holds no comparison to the image the


      Williams Hurt (Marshall) plays in the mind of Brooks. They often say that it’s always the brilliant people who have to worst demons and this is proved in this movie as Marshall is the voice that calmly rationalizes the steps that Brooks must follow in order to remain uncaught.

      Frightened by the thought, it seems that Brooks’ daughter Jane played by Danielle ...


      • Panabaker, has the same genetic make as she has tasted the joy of killing. A student dies at the college that she attends and all fingers point to her. Daddy dearest makes an effort to clean up the mess by adding another body to the mix in the attempt to throw the police of Jane’s misguided trail.

        This movie is filled with

        twists and turns of pure thrill. Just when you think you have it all figured out, another twist pops up and you have no choice but to accept the detour and love it.

        This movie is a definite must see for all those crime genre fanatics out there. You will surely not falter by viewing the masterpiece call…”Mr. Brooks”. Two thumbs way way up!




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