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|Release Date Texas Killing Fields Oct 14, 2011 Limited Genres Texas Killing Fields : Mystery & Suspense,Drama|
|Total Vote User Texas Killing Fields : Visitor|
|User Ranting Texas Killing Fields : 2.7|
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|User Count Like for Texas Killing Fields : 4,305|
|All Critics Ranting For Texas Killing Fields : 4.9|
|All Critics Count For Texas Killing Fields : 43|
|All Critics Percentage For Texas Killing Fields : 33 %|
Actors For Texas Killing Fields
|Sam Worthington,Jeffrey Dean Morgan,Jessica Chastain,Chloe Moretz,Jason Clarke,Stephen Graham,Deneen Tyler,Corie Berkemeyer,Trenton Perez,Maureen Brennan,Tony Bentley,Becky Fly,Samantha Beaulieu,Annabeth Gish,Kelvin Payton,Sheryl Lee,Ron Flagge,Jon Eyez,Joseph Meissner,Russell M. Haeuser|
Texas Killing Fields Movie Review
|The characters will be familiar to fans of police procedural shows and TV movies. |
Lana Berkowitz-Houston Chronicle
The story simply doesn't stand up, with its combination of well-worn plot elements and confusing red herrings -- or maybe they're just details that don't add up.
Bill Goodykoontz-Arizona Republic
[A] southern-fried rehash of David Fincher's Seven.
J. R. Jones-Chicago Reader
Scenes do not always necessarily follow one another. I was sometimes unclear who some of the characters were.
Roger Ebert-Chicago Sun-Times
The only notable element of this police procedural is that director Ami Canaan Mann, daughter of filmmaker Michael Mann ("Heat," "Collateral"), who produced here, appreciates dad's esthetic but can't replicate it.
Joe Neumaier-New York Daily News
Long on style and short on coherent storytelling...
Lou Lumenick-New York Post
The film doesn't really go anywhere or establish any narrative sense, which is problem, since it's ostensibly a police procedural.
I know many people don't like Sam Worthington and I'm one of them. Worthington is trying to prove that he's not the one-dimensional actor that we all think he is.
Michelle Alexandria-Eclipse Magazine
depressing characters slogging through a depressing story for a depressing movie
Kevin Carr-7M Pictures
"Texas Killing Fields" is nothing more than an average crime thriller with some better-than-average suspense. Paul Chambers, CNN.
Don Ferrarone's script could have used one more revision for sequential flow, character depth and back-story clarity. But there's promise for Ms. Mann.
Jules Brenner-Cinema Signals
A pretty routine police procedural with...a little bit of regional flavor.
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky-Ebert Presents At The Movies
works sporadically, but never consistently, and ends up feeling much lighter and more forgettable than its "inspired by true events" tagline would seem to merit
James Kendrick-Q Network Film Desk
Mann Jr shows plenty of promise in a film that doesn't tarnish the family name. But hindered by niggling flaws, it hardly revolutionises an over-saturated genre.
James Mottram-Total Film
Despite the jumbled plot and structural problems, the shady characters and gritty settings compensate.
Boo Allen-Denton Record Chronicle (TX)
A procedural without structure. It's a mood piece with no definable mood. It's a thriller without clear villains or even threats.
Post-Silence of the Lambs and Se7en, there's no reason for the level of suspense to be commensurate with a first season episode of C.S.I. New York.
Pete Vonder Haar-Houston Press
Nothing in this film sets your nerves a-tingling.
Jeanne Kaplan-Kaplan vs. Kaplan
Merely an elongated version of any current crime show on television
David Kaplan-Kaplan vs. Kaplan
Reduces the police procedural to its bare essentials.
Mark Dujsik-Mark Reviews Movies
Just uses a spooky atmosphere and fractured style to disguise the fact that it's actually covering quite familiar territory.
Frank Swietek-One Guy's Opinion
The police intelligence couldn't be more basic--oh, really, do you think those sleazy dudes changed the license plate on their car?
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