The River Murders

July 1st, 2011







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Plot
A homicide detective, Ray Liotta, while investigating a series of murders becomes the prime suspect when the FBI uncovers his close personal ties to all the victims.

Release Year: 2011

Rating: 5.1/10 (1,230 voted)

Director: Rich Cowan

Stars: Ray Liotta, Christian Slater, Ving Rhames

Storyline
A homicide detective, Ray Liotta, while investigating a series of murders becomes the prime suspect when the FBI uncovers his close personal ties to all the victims.

Cast:
Ray Liotta - Jack Verdon
Christian Slater - Agent Vuckovitch
Ving Rhames - Captain Langley
Gisele Fraga - Ana Verdon
Sarah Ann Schultz - Jenny Thames
Michael Rodrick - John Lee
Melora Walters - Agent Glover
Chris Leblanc - Detective Soter
Raymond J. Barry - Trent Verdon
Serena Caryl - Rebecca
Trent A. Chastain - Jack's newborn son
C.R. Clatworthy - Thomas Lincoln
Wes Deitrick - Sully
Cindy Dolenc - Annie Locke
Alex Donnolo - Young Jack - age 19

Taglines: You can't escape the past!

Release Date: 1 July 2011

Filming Locations: Spokane, Washington, USA

Quotes:
Jack Verdon: I didn't do these and you know it!



User Review

Not worth my time

Rating:

I was kinda looking forward to this movie having seen some of the media pictures and after watching 15mins of it, I was ready to take a nap. Ray Liota has never really been the 'up-front' guy that you expect to see in a movie like this and he does nothing to change the outlook in this movie either. Often seen walking around with his pot-belly sticking out and frequently mouthing a bunch of 'cliched' sentences, his character is so different from the portrayed 'guy who has slept with hundred's of women and even old flames can't keep there hands off' type of guy that the weak script calls for. The story is weak to the point of being funny. Its like the script for this has been made up from scenes and lines from some of the (much) better offerings in this genre. All of the characters are way too predictable and offer nothing that hasn't already been done to death. I even found the soundtrack also very annoying and repetitive. I'm no real film buff nor a real movie critic but this movie really owes everything it makes from the promotion. Unfortunately, if you pay to see this you'll come out of the movie theater feeling ripped off.









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