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Suspect Zero (2004)

Cast: Aaron Eckhart, Ben Kingsley, Carrie-Anne Moss, Harry J. Lennix

Director(s): E. Elias Merhige

Language: English

Genre: Horror

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It's 4 AM and torrents of rain pour down on a dusty roadside New Mexico diner. Inside, an innocuous looking salesman sips coffee while catching up on his fishing magazines. After the front door creaks open, an unusual looking man startles the salesman by sitting down at his table and displaying frightening drawings that send the salesman fleeing for the safety of his car.

We meet Agent Thomas Mackelway on his first day of work at the Albuquerque field office of the FBI. Mackelway, ... [Get complete synopsis]


MasterWoodsman wrote on April 21, 2005, 10:50 pm
It could have been better if it was more believable or the story not told so many times. Avoid this one. There's nothing good in it and I'm sure I'll forget the whole thing within 2 days.

It's a sure sign of a bad movie when you're hoping for a twist ending!
motleymitch wrote on November 20, 2009, 1:12 am
More like Rating: Zero!
Eh? Eh?


What a mess. BORING beyond belief, with a plot full of holes and just sheer unbelievability. And Eckhart was just lousy as the lead. He spent most of the time gazing open-mouthed in a dumbfounded stupor. Range: Zero! Eh? Eh?
I would say his character is the most useless FBI agent I'd ever seen, except his boss turned out to be even more useless. And Moss' character is also a Fed, but she's given a background of having ex-relationship problems with Eckhart - which would be fine if it was explored at all in the story (it is mentioned, and then forgotten. Why bother?).
The whole film amounts to 'Why Bother'?
For the record, I actually give it 1/2 star, which bombing it affords me.

Deril wrote on November 20, 2009, 3:46 pm
Yeeesh, what a load of crap. Wasn't the worst movie and I don't think it deserves a bomb, but it's one of those movies that had the potential to be good and then went nowhere. Kingsley was very good (as usual) and is hands down the best thing going here.
"There were script problems from day one"

First, Suspect Zero. Now, PLAIN ZERO!

Deril wrote on November 20, 2009, 3:47 pm
Also, throughout the movie, Mitch & I kept saying "Coke Zero" (in that annoying frenchy accent)

motleymitch wrote on November 20, 2009, 4:00 pm

What's your rating of this movie?


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