Untraceable (R, 2009)  » Movies  »
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  • The problem is that even though the deaths were broadcast on the web, the actual locations were untraceable

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      I must say that I love Diane Lane. She tends to have this quiet sex appeal that translates very well on screen whether she’s playing a seductive role or not.

      In any rate, I’m not used to seeing her in thrillers.

      But this particular movie was about her role in the FBI, as they tried


      to track down Internet predators and con artists.

      In the process of trying to pinpoint these criminals, they ran across a really menacing villain who happened to be using the Internet to kill people.

      The trick is that the more people who log into the website, the faster the booby traps work to kill the victims.

      ...


      • The problem is that even though the deaths were broadcast on the web, the actual locations were untraceable.

        The cat and mouse effect of this movie is pretty intense, but less frightening than other films.

        I liked that Diane remained calm and cool throughout the ordeals.

        But for some reason, after watching a few times,

        I can see how this movie didn’t do that well in theaters.

        There are already so many films of a “snuff” nature that were done much better.

        This one seems like something that Diane did just to make sure her summer home in Venice is paid for.

        Still, it’s probably worth keeping in your DVD collection.




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