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(14348) 6.5 109 min 2018

The Clovehitch Killer is a movie starring Dylan McDermott, Charlie Plummer, and Samantha Mathis. A picture-perfect family is shattered when the work of a serial killer hits too close to home.

Starring
Samantha Mathis, Dylan McDermott, Charlie Plummer, Madisen Beaty
Genres
Mystery, Thriller, Crime, Drama
Director
Duncan Skiles

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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Mystery, Thriller, Crime, Drama
Director Duncan Skiles
Writer Christopher Ford
Stars Samantha Mathis, Dylan McDermott, Charlie Plummer, Madisen Beaty
Country USA
Also Known As Clovehitch, The Boy Scout Killer, Ölüm Düğümü, O Assassino de Clovehitch
Runtime 1H 49M
Description A picture-perfect family is shattered when the work of a serial killer hits too close to home.

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Wednesday, 23 Sep 2020 05:26

This movie tells the story of an over-zealous doctor named Dr. Smith (played by Denzel Washington) who has just left a local hospital with his fiancee on his deathbed. He has a problem, a wife, and his blood pressure is so high he can barely talk. He is given permission to take his patient's body to the morgue for a proper burial. The following day he calls his patient's wife, seeking her help. She tells him that she was locked in the house the night of her husband's death. She shows him the pictures of her husband and reveals that he died when he was working on the side of the road. She also says that the doctor could see his wife about 30 minutes before he died. When the doctor is arrested for the murder, his wife is held in a mental institution, where she reveals that her husband was the reason why she was locked in the house. She goes on to say that the doctor was "in love" with the woman. This film is more of a character study of the doctor than a story about a killer. The main reason why the film works is that it is told from the perspective of the doctor. We understand the reasons behind his actions and how his actions affect his patients. It is interesting to watch how he deals with his patients, and how he responds to events. It is also interesting to watch how he deals with his wife. He is obviously in love with her, but what really makes the film work is the way he views her. She is portrayed as a complete opposite of his wife, but in a way that we understand. He is always trying to do what is right and for the best of both his wife and his patient. As with all great character studies, the audience will always be rooting for the doctor, even when he is at odds with his wife. When Dr. Smith is caught, we see the end of a very long relationship. There are times when he seems to have a lot of compassion for his patients, but it is also times when he seems to have a little bit of judgment. For example, when he sees his patient's wife, he says he wants to see her before she dies. He then becomes extremely angry, and starts to verbally assault his patient's wife. We are very much aware of the way he treats his wife, and we wonder if he is truly a good person. There is also a scene where he tries to warn his wife that she may be killed, but he tells her to be careful. The ending of the film is very sad and devastating, and that's what I liked about the film. The way the doctor was framed was also very interesting. The way he was framed by the police is very good and it is very clear why he was caught. The final shot of the film is a very powerful image, and it makes you think about what's going to happen when the doctor is released. Overall, this film was very good. It was interesting to watch the doctor's motivation, the way he treated his patients, and the way he interacts with his wife. I have read reviews about the film where the audience seems to be divided. Some people think that this film is a thriller, while others think it is a character study. I feel that it is both. In fact, I feel that it is a great film. It is very dark and I don't think that the audience will like the ending. But I think that the ending is very sad and I think that the film leaves a lot of questions unanswered. However, I feel that the ending was very appropriate and it was very effective in the way it was shot. I would recommend this film to anyone who enjoys a dark film with a great ending.
Saturday, 25 Apr 2020 19:56

This was one of the better thrillers to come out of the 90s. It's kind of like a Gothic version of Psycho, but it's better. It's one of the first to actually succeed in a thriller, it's a bit slow in the first half, but if you look past it, it's a good story. The main protagonist, Travis, is a killer and a great one at that, he knows how to read and kill. He kills his victims in exactly the same way, he takes their clothes off, and he does it with his bare hands. He doesn't kill them through a bunch of crappy tactics that I won't give away. He kills them by walking up to them and taking them in. His way of doing it is quite brutal, he seems to have no problem with mutilation. That's why he's so violent, it's something he enjoys. He has a lot of friends and associates, all of them are killers, and he has a habit of talking to each of them in a low, menacing voice. He's a very cunning killer, a bit of a sadist. He's also a huge fan of his own music, and he likes to play it while he kills. Some of his victims are quite odd. Some of the characters are quite intriguing and are quite unusual, but they're not the main focus. Travis is different. He's actually a pretty decent guy, but he also likes to talk to people, and that's where his disguise comes into play. He's not very traditional in his appearance, and I think he's just too much of a loser to think like that. He's a nice guy, but he doesn't know how to have a girlfriend or have a girlfriend in the first place. He just likes to talk to people, and he likes to play music. It's not something he has any control over, and he makes a mistake at one point in the movie. He's walking along in a crowd, and he's in his old clothes, and the next moment he's wearing a new one, and he starts talking to the crowd, and he's back in his old clothes. It's a great line, but it's not something you can just drop in without any reason. It's a real cliche and I'm not talking about it being a "hoax" or a joke, it's just a cliché. I really wanted to like this movie, I really did. The movie is OK, but it's not something that's going to make you think about it for days after you've seen it. I think it's still pretty good though, it's definitely worth watching.


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