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The Riverman 2004 123movies

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To catch a killer, you must understand evil.Sep. 06, 200491 Min.
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#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – A series of interviews are conducted with convicted serial killer Ted Bundy in hopes of gaining insight into the Green River Killer who is terrorizing Seattle.
Plot: A series of interviews are conducted with convicted serial killer Ted Bundy in hopes of gaining insight into the Green River Killer who is terrorizing Seattle.
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Beautifully haunting movie, chilling performances by main actors
There are movies based on real life serial killers that are for entertainment only. This isn’t one of them. I wouldn’t even go as far as professing it’s infotainment. The movie has a very documentary style feel to it with the only element missing being a narrator. It doesn’t live off of big action and doesn’t cater to the gore and torture porn fans either (like Bundy: An American Icon did for example) and luckily so. The essence of this movie is the interaction between Bob Keppel (Bruce Greenwood) and Ted Bundy (Cary Elwes). The chemistry between these two actors is simply incredible and both are playing their parts so convincingly that it took my breath away at times. Cary Elwes was quoted as saying that this role took a part of his soul away and I have no problem believing it. If you ever listened to Bundy’s confession tapes (available on youtube) you know how easily he switched between joviality, bravado and a cold, psychopathic glee when talking about about his murderous deeds. Cary Elwes does such an authentic job switching back and forth between these sentiments that it made the hair on the back of my neck stand up. His mimic is subtle, oftentimes even understated; his eyes do all the work. There’s an underlying rage emanating from him during his conversations with Keppel that made me wonder if he had trouble switching back to his regular Mr. Joe guy self once the director called “Cut!” Likewise he chose the right tone of voice, the right pitch and pronunciation, that reminded a lot of Bundy himself in his interviews. After rewatching “Kiss The Girls” recently I was yet again reminded of how versatile this actor’s voice is. As for Bruce Greenwood, his portrayal of Robert Keppel is equally on par as Elwes’. The struggle between being – or rather playing – a family man and “ordinary cop” and trying to delve deeply into both Bundy’s as well as Gary “The Riverman” Ridgway’s psyche are bone chilling. There’s grief in his expression about the things Bundy confides in him, but as he tries to mentally connect, yes even “become,” the Riverman in order to catch him he gets lost. He loses connection to himself, his wife and children, he slowly but steadily becomes obsessive-compulsive in his quest to uncover the truth. Although Sam Jaeger, who plays Detective Dave Reichert, has considerably little screen time his performance is equally strong as Bruce Greenwood’s and Cary Elwes. Last but not least there is “The Riverman” himself, played by David Lawrence Brown. The last scene is based on one of the confession tapes of Ridgway’s and he absolutely nails the killer’s odd, choppy speech pattern (hinting at his low IQ of a mere 82) and his oddly blank face during his interrogations. If you are interested in understanding the machinations and motivations of serial killers, witty dialogues, psychological suspense, and Ted Bundy’s case in particular, I guarantee that you will appreciate this movie greatly. A fair warning: It is haunting, literally haunting. It has stayed with me for weeks after first watching it, occupying my waking thoughts and dreams. Which is far more than I had expected of a “low budget TV movie.”
Review By: PassengerB Rating: 10 Date: 2018-03-14

Other Information:

Original Title The Riverman
Release Date 2004-09-06
Release Year 2004

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 31 min (91 min)
Budget 0
Revenue 0
Status Released
Rated R
Genre Biography, Crime, Drama, Thriller
Director Bill Eagles
Writer Tom Towler (teleplay), Bob Keppel (based on “The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer” by), Bill Birnes (based on “The Riverman: Ted Bundy and I Hunt for the Green River Killer” by)
Actors Bruce Greenwood, Sam Jaeger, Sarah Manninen, Kathleen Quinlan
Country USA
Awards N/A
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Dolby Digital (Dolby 2.0)
Aspect Ratio 1.78 : 1
Camera N/A
Laboratory The Lab, Toronto, Canada (film lab services provided by) (as The Lab in Toronto, Inc.)
Film Length N/A
Negative Format N/A
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format N/A

Original title The Riverman
TMDb Rating 5.8 13 votes

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