88 Minutes (2007)

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In Seattle, the successful forensic psychiatrist and college professor Jack Gramm is in evidence since he was responsible for the condemnation of the serial killer Jon Forster, influencing the jury to sentence him to the death row. Jon accuses Jack of manipulation, inducing one witness and sister of one of his victims to testify against him. On the eve of Jon's execution, Jack receives a phone call telling him that he has only eighty-eight minutes of life, while a killer is copycatting Jon, killing women with the same "modus-operandi" and is investigated by Seattle Slayer Task Force. With the support of associate Shelly Barnes, an FBI agent, his friend Frank Parks, and his assistant Kim Cummings, Jack investigates some weird and problematic students, a security guard of the campus and the woman with whom he had one night stand.
Al Pacino as Jack Gramm
Alicia Witt as Kim Cummings
Leelee Sobieski as Lauren Douglas
Amy Brenneman as Shelly Barnes
William Forsythe as Frank Parks
Deborah Kara Unger as Carol Lynn Johnson
Ben McKenzie as Mike Stempt
Neal McDonough as Jon Forster
Leah Cairns as Sara Pollard
Stephen Moyer as Guy LaForge
Christopher Redman as Jeremy Guber
Trilby Glover as Defense Attorney
Damien Leake as The Judge
Brendan Fletcher as Johnny D'Franco
Michael Eklund as J.T. Rycker
Kristina Copeland as Dale Morris
Tammy Hui as Janie Cates
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After seeing the "At The Movies" review I waited for online line release. Still, I was dissappointed. There is so much of this film that is out right idiotic that is is impossible to enjoy any aspect of this film. "What the Hell were they thinking?" M~


Al Pacino is "Hans Solo" in 88 MINUTES...which he hasn't done in a long time. But to enjoy anything about this movie, you truly must be an Al Pacino fan. That means having seen him in more than just "SCARFACE" and the "THE GODFATHER"! Al Pacino is one of my "Top 10" favorite actors, so even his worst movie I can endure. And 88 MINUTES just might be his worst film to date. The first time Al appears on screen in the movie is a shock to me...I've never seen Pacino look this bad. It seems like a combination of old age, having to much work done, and probably smoking ANGEL DUST for taking on this script! The whole cell phone thing has been cooked, burnt, and eaten enough times to start a holiday where anyone caught texting receives a shot to the leg. And an overly predictable plot about a serial killer who targets females hasn't been worth any interest since "SILENCE OF LAMBS". "RIGHTEOUS KILL" comes out soon, where Al & De Niro team up a 3rd time. 2 of my Top 10, 1 film, you decide!


The psychologist is wrapped up in a psychological maze, and the way through takes interesting twists and turns. It's straightforward in depicting sadistic murder, so that may not be for everyone to see, but it's true that serial killers are brutal animals, and the one depicted here is as sick as they come. When you find out the reason behind exactly 88 minutes, you see greater cruelty, and Pacino's character's paranoia is credible as the story moves along.


I was amped to see the movie when i received free movie passes to see a sneak preview. Right of the bat the acting was horrid... the only decent actors were Al Pacino and William Forsythe. The movie seemed to drag forever and it seemed as though it was a constant cell phone comercial because the phone went of almost every other second through the movie. The ending (without ruining it) brought back a little dignity to teh movie but in the end i was glad i didnt pay to see it.


I was surprised to see that 88 was releasing this week. I assumed it was a cheesy old movie when I saw it last September while traveling in Guatemala with subtitles en espanol. Now I have no idea how the little restaurant/bar in a village on lake Atitlan got a copy last year but regardless I wish they hadn't. The only reasons I stayed in my seat for this one were that my legs wouldn't move from climbing a volcano that day, I was able to drink beer during the movie, and frankly there was no where else to go. Unless any of these apply to you, I'd skip it. The acting was horrible, the plot was predictable, and it just dragggged on. Oh hell No!

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