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  • He wanted to do the same thing, and get his revenge upon the world so to speak

    • by jollsjlupin
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      I am reviewing the 2008 movie, Untraceable, starring Diane Lane and Colin Hanks. So there is this killer. He has a site called kill with me. He traps people and then sets up scenarios to kill them.

      He tapes everything and puts it online. The more people who view his site, the quicker each person dies. Diane Lane and Colin


      Hanks are FBI agents, and they are trying to catch this guy.

      He is sick and demented. Diane Lane’s character has a little girl. She is willing to do everything to protect her, and so she sends her away while this psycho is bearing down on all of them.

      Soon, Colin Hanks’ character is caught and is slowly tortured to ...


      • death, but not before he does morse code with his eyes, giving his partner a clue to this guy’s identity. It turns out that this killer is the son of a man who committed suicide the year before. This suicide was broadcast over the internet, and so this kid was seriously messed up.

        He wanted to do the same thing,

        and get his revenge upon the world so to speak. This movie is disgusting. Don’t watch it.

        For one, the title is stupid because the guy is traceable. They get him. They find him.

        So, there goes the title. Secondly, one of the main characters dies. That’s stupid.

        Thirdly, the whole concept is just really sick. This movie made me sick to my stomach.




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