Reeves, as the killer, has the fairly thankless task of saying only what the movie needs him to say; he's limited by the fact that his killer has no real dimension or personality apart from his function as a plot device.
Awesome Movie I used to own this movie on VHS and only saw it once. Surprisingly slow I never found this movie on DVD and I recently check Netflix and they didn't have it. So I found it on here. Overall, great movie. One of the few movies I love with Keanu Reeves as the bad guy!
One of the best!! I love Keanu and this movie is one that grabs your attention of him then his handsome face, he plays a real good serial killer and the story is really good. Ppl sleep on this but Keanu actually nailed the part and so did James Spader.
Top cover girl and fashion model Jennifer Tree (Elisha Cuthbert) has it all -- beauty, fame, money and power. Everyone wants her... but some more than others. Alone after a charity event, she is drugged and taken. Directed by acclaimed director Roland Joffe, Captivity delves deep into the minds of both captor and victim. Called one of the most controversial films of the year, Captivity will leave you terrified and looking over your shoulder wondering if you could be next!
Academy Award winner Holly Hunter and Academy Award nominee Sigourney Weaver star in this white-knuckled thriller about a police detective, an agoraphobic criminal psychologist ... and a ruthless serial killer imitating his heroes crimes as a murderous Copycat.
Stallone plays a cop who comes undone after witnessing a brutal scene on the job. He checks into a rehab clinic that specializes in treating law enforcement officials. Soon, he finds that his fellow patients are being murdered one by one.
MPAA Rating: R for strong violence/gore and language
Cast: Sylvester Stallone, Charles S. Dutton and Polly Walker
Danika Merrick—a young mother of three—has a caring husband, a beautiful house, and a safe, simple life. She does her best to shield her family from a world filled with fears. But despite all of her good intentions, Danika's worries over everyday dangers begin to manifest themselves into strange delusions of horrific proportions. With the belief that she is going insane, Danika seeks psychiatric help. ...But what happens when her gruesome hallucinations start becoming a reality? Danika is a psychological suspense thriller, filled with mind bending twists and turns, which proves the more we try to control our fears, the more our fears control us.
MPAA Rating: R Rated R for violence, language, some sexual content and a scene of drug use.
Cast: Marisa Tomei, Hannah Marks and Guy Camilleri
A serial killer is on the loose in London, luring young women into his web through ads placed in the personal column. Scotland Yard's bait to ensnare the villain is a young American dance hall girl (played by a stunning Lucille Ball), who encounters a series of likely suspects, including the always dashing George Sanders as a sophisticated playboy and an unforgettable Boris Karloff as a mad fashion designer.
Scripter Jeb Stuart (Die Hard) made his directorial debut with this thriller about an FBI agent in pursuit of a serial killer. Politically ambitious Amarillo police chief Jack McGinnis (William Fichtner) uses a local murder to gain votes in his campaign, a setback for Sheriff Buck Olmstead (R. Lee Ermey), up for re-election. The situation looks better for Olmstead after FBI agent Frank LaCrosse (Dennis Quaid) arrives to track the killer. LaCrosse has a personal agenda: he's convinced this killer is the man who kidnapped his son. Meanwhile, ex-medical student Lane Dixon (Jared Leto), hitchhiking across New Mexico, gets a lift from friendly Bob Goodall (Danny Glover), a former rail worker who later rescues Dixon from menacing miners in a bar. Red herrings throughout conceal the true identity of the killer. Some scenes were filmed at an altitude of 10,000 feet in Red Cliff, Colorado. Working titles include: Going West in America, Going West. Shown at the 1997 Denver Film Festival.
From the creators of You're Next comes The Guest, a pulse-pounding thriller starring Dan Stevens (Downton Abbey) and Maika Monroe (Labor Day). Recently discharged from the Army, David Collins (Stevens) unexpectedly shows up on the Petersons' doorstep, claiming to be their late son's best friend. Welcomed into their home, the well-mannered stranger becomes part of the family until a shocking wave of violence raises daughter Anna's (Monroe) suspicions that the mysterious ex-soldier is not quite what he seems. Smart and suspenseful, The Guest is an action-packed blast that critics are calling "impossibly cool." (Samuel Zimmerman, Fangoria).