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||IMDB Rating: 5.6/10 from 808 votes
||Release: 3 December 2009 (Greece) /
||Director: Jordan Barker,
||Stars: Catherine Dent, Chris Holz, Cristina Dohmen, Deon Derrico, Derege Harding, Desiree Cooper, George Ketsios, Gina Gallego, Jacob Bertrand, Joey Adams, Lisa Grady, Martin Donovan, Megan Ashley, Sakis Rouvas, Tommy Burwell
||Synopsis: Haunted with nightmares of his wife's recent suicide and struggling to mend the relationship with his only daughter, Richard is caught as a witness to the violence of Abner Solvie. He finds himself at the mercy of a charismatic killer and plagued by his involvement in the city's recent murders. As Abner's new found protégé, Richard is forced to adopt the mind of his sociopathic mentor in order to protect the one he loves. Richard must decide if he's willing to kill in order to keep his daughter alive. Written by Anonymous
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I decided to watch that movie because I am Greek and wanted to see how
would Sakis act in an American movie. I would not spend time watching
something like that if it was not for him. You see, he is just a pop
singer and I was really curious to see how he would do.
I can't say I was impressed. He is not an actual actor and the role
required a lot! It had to be someone professional for this role. I
think that Tom Cruise would be great. I am trying to imagine him like
he was acting in "Collateral". Now that would be accepted acting.
Playing a serial killer isn't easy. You must make your audience feel
you are always in control and know what you do or you fail as a bad
guy. Sakis was a failure because he was acting stupidly cool, not scary
or i-mean-what-i-say cool. Many times it felt like he was an amateur
felon and things went good for him just because he was lucky. But I can
excuse him because, as I said, he is an amateur actor.
Sakis was bad but the worst actor in that movie was Martin Donovan.
That was not a victim. Someone from the audience could show more
emotions and would react better in almost all scenes compared to him.
He was REALLY bad. So cold blooded and non emotional in the whole
movie, like nothing really happened and was forced to act like that.
That would be good acting if someone robbed him 500 bucks and he was
upset, not if someone did what Abner was doing to him. Even Kieffer
Sutherland would have played that role better than Donovan. That was
The flow of the movie was slow. (I don't know if that is the right
expression, I mean the way things happen and the story unfolds). It was
like there was nothing interesting to say so they were showing boring
stuff to fill time. I think that there could be some nice action
scenes. The story could justify anything going as bad as possible.
Scenes that could have lasted 10 minutes made to last less that 3. For
example that man is hitting someone in the donut place. Make that last.
Give it some suspense. You end it so quickly just with a punch? What??
I could imagine so many things that could happen and I am not a writer
or a director! Instead of good action you give as boring scenes with a
victim that does not even react like one, not a fighter but a pathetic
person not doing anything to get out of the bad situation, just waiting
to see what's next.
Things that I liked is Cristina Dohmen (Amy) and the subversion at the
end! Christina has very few shots but I think she is exceptional when
she is supposed to act good! Also know that everything you see happens
for a reason and the reason is REALLY not obvious. If you are a
subversion lover and do not have something better to watch, you should
watch that movie. Thats why its 6 stars from me anyway. If it was not
for that it would have been a 2.
Tags for Duress Full Movie
, Chris Holz
, Cristina Dohmen
, Deon Derrico
, Derege Harding
, Desiree Cooper
, George Ketsios
, Gina Gallego
, Jacob Bertrand
, Joey Adams
, Lisa Grady
, Martin Donovan
, Megan Ashley
, Sakis Rouvas
, Tommy Burwell
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