In this spellbinding thriller, detectives Jake (Martin Lawrence) and Mary (Melissa Roxburgh) seek the help of an incarcerated serial killer named The Artist (John Malkovich) when a copycat killer strikes. While Mary searches for clues in The Artist’s brilliant but twisted psyche, she and Jake are lured into a diabolical game of cat and mouse, racing against time to stay one step ahead of The Artist and his copycat.
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Don’t miss this film, and try to catch it at the movie theater. Who doesn’t like Martin Lawrence and especially as a cop, like he was in “Bad Boys” and then there is Melissa Roxburgh, a cop from the TV drama “Manifest”, but wait, there is also John Malkovich, loved him in “Con Air,” who else to play the incarcerated serial killer. Now there are three amazing reasons to see this film. With the locations, beautiful costuming used, plus a great musical score, all these elements will keep you on the edge of your seat to find out who the copycat serial is. The diabolical game of cat and mouse is well written and director Mauro Borrelli did a fantastic job bringing this script to film. It is now available on VOD viewing. Judy Shields, The Hollywood Times