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  • To ensure his silence, Smith wanted only one thing accompany Brooks on his killing sprees

    • by Judith JKay
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      Starring Kevin Costner (Earl Brooks), Demi Moore (Detective Tracy Atwood), William Hurt (Marshall), Dane Cook (Mr Smith), Marg Helgenberger (Emma Brooks), Danielle Panabaker (Jane Brooks)

      The name ‘Kevin Costner’ attracted me when I was searching for a movie to watch. It cannot be too bad a show if Costner starred in it. Fortunately it was an amusing thriller!

      Earl Brooks, a successful and a respected figure in his community had a secret - he was the Thumbprint Killer with a twisted addiction to kill. The


      police had so far no clues as to his identity. Brooks shared his plans and thoughts with his alter-ego, Marshall. He was careless in his last killing, caught in the act of shooting a couple, by a man who called himself Mr Smith. To ensure his silence, Smith wanted only one thing accompany Brooks on his killing sprees. Meanwhile, Detective Tracy Atwoods had a burning quest to catch the Thumbprint killer. Besides being filthily rich, she had her ...

      • own personal problems to juggle with. And Brooks had to deal with his errant daughter, who might have inherited homicidal tendencies from him.

        Costner and Hurt played their respective roles exceedingly well the charming killer and his cheerful yet intimidating alter-ego. It was a surprise that Costner who usually starred as the nice-guy, could so easily slip into the killer persona. Demi Moore as the tough cop, was rather unconvincing, especially when she tried to bully Smith into admitting his

        knowledge about Brooks. Smith really deserved to be killed he’s rather stupid for an engineer. How could he not anticipate danger from a man who could break into his apartment without a trace?

        I was shocked when Brooks was stabbed to death by his daughter; however it turned out to be a nightmare. The ending scene was really classic Costner the act of throwing his phone from the roof of a high-building with dashing style!




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