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||IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 from 12 votes
||Release: 18 May 2015 (Netherlands) /
||Genre: Biography, Crime, Drama
||Stars: Abner Expósito, Anthony Mouras, April Yvette Thompson, Bruce Kirkpatrick, Cassandra Freeman, Dexter Driscoll, Isaiah Washington, J.W. Cortes, Laura Aquino, Margaret Horning, Maul Donte Davis, Nick Soviecke, Raúl Aquino, Tequan Richmond, Tim Blake Nelson
||Synopsis: An abandoned boy is lured to America and drawn into the shadow of a dangerous father figure. Inspired by the real life events that led to the 2002 Beltway sniper attacks.
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In 2002, the Washington, DC area was rocked by a series of sniper
shootings. Alexandre Moors examines the events leading up to the
killings, focusing on the unorthodox relationship between John Allen
Muhammad and teenager Lee Boyd Malvo in Blue Caprice, an unfortunately
lifeless, plodding film that somehow manages to turn a riveting
situation into a dull character study that fails even on that level.
Our story begins in the Caribbean, where John Allen Muhammad (Isaiah
Washington) is vacationing with his three kids. Well, vacationing is a
strong word, as apparently he's absconded with them from their mother,
but more importantly this is where he runs into the young, lonely Lee
Boyd Malvo (Tequan Richmond), who's just passing time after his
mother's ditched him. Muhammad strikes up a paternal friendship with
the boy and winds up bringing him to the United States, passing him off
as his son.
The duo, now sans the children, wind up in Muhammad's old stomping
grounds of Washington state, where they stay with John's old friend Ray
(Tim Blake Nelson) and his wife Jamie (Joey Lauren Adams). While in
Washington, Muhammad teaches his charge about life; specifically, how
much it stinks and how killing a few people might be a good idea to
square things with the world.
We follow Muhammad and Malvo essentially through the eyes of the boy.
We learn he's a good shot with a handgun or a rifle (a natural,
according to Ray, who knows nothing of Muhammad's plans). We see that
Muhammad is the strong male influence on Malvo that the latter has
probably never had. We learn that the kid, although quiet, has a cold,
violent streak within him.
One reason the movie didn't work for me is that it seems to be
perpetually building to some grand crescendo. Since this is based on a
true story - with many facts accurate, according to my memory - the
endgame is knowable. But for as much time is spent on the relationship
between Malvo and Muhammad, it's a superficial treatment. What really
makes either tick? We don't truly know. Even though Muhammad spouts off
frequently about bringing down the system and how his ex-wife is evil,
we don't really see how that resentment leaps into full-blown
psychosis. In other words, what the heck really motivates him to kill
innocent people? Moors doesn't even seem to speculate.
When all is said and done, we don't really know any more about the
deadly duo than we do when we first encounter them in the film. There's
hardly any character development, and that's true of the secondary
characters as well. To use the old axiom, there's no there there.
There's nothing. Even the moments that should have one jumping out of
one's seat - such as when Malvo pulls the trigger - are telegraphed so
obviously that they lose most of their emotional impact.
This movie may be better received outside of the DC area. Most of the
audience at this screening were in the area during the shootings, and
the sentiment seemed to be one of apathy, sort of the opposite of what
a tragedy like this should evoke. People who were not directly affected
by the shootings may be more amenable to the short shrift given to the
story development and glacial pacing.
Tags for Blue Caprice Full Movie
, Anthony Mouras
, April Yvette Thompson
, Bruce Kirkpatrick
, Cassandra Freeman
, Dexter Driscoll
, Isaiah Washington
, J.W. Cortes
, Laura Aquino
, Margaret Horning
, Maul Donte Davis
, Nick Soviecke
, Raúl Aquino
, Tequan Richmond
, Tim Blake Nelson
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