The Dead Pool


Action / Crime / Mystery / Thriller

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Rotten 52%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Spilled 46%
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 34102


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Liam Neeson as Peter Swan
Jim Carrey as Johnny Squares
Clint Eastwood as Harry Callahan
Patricia Clarkson as Samantha Walker
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700.55 MB
23.976 fps
1hr 31 min
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1hr 31 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by Uriah43 5 / 10

A Wager on Who Will Be the Next to Die

Much like the other films in the "Dirty Harry" series this movie takes place in San Francisco with "Inspector Callahan" (Clint Eastwood) called upon to investigate some murders which are all connected to a list of names found on one of the victims. As it so happens, each of the names are of various local celebrities selected by one unknown person within a small group in a type of wager on who will be the next to die. Needless to say, if finding this elusive serial killer wasn't enough, Inspector Callahan also has the mob trying to kill him and the media hounding him every step of the way. To that extent, one news reporter in particular named "Samantha Walker" (Patricia Clarkson) has been given special access which complicates matters even further. Now rather than reveal any more I will just say that this movie started with a good premise but I thought the other characters-in particular Callahans's new partner "Inspector Al Quan" (Evan C. Kim) and the aforementioned Samantha Walker-didn't quite fit in as well as others in previous films possibly due to a lack of character development. Be that as it may, while it didn't impress me all that much it was still a decent enough addition to the series and I have rated it accordingly. Average.

Reviewed by gavin6942 7 / 10

Strong Finish to the Series

Dirty Harry Callahan (Clint Eastwood) must stop a sick secret contest to murder local celebrities, which includes himself as a target.

This is possibly Jim Carrey's best role. I mean, maybe I'm being just a tad facetious, but it is a surprise this is not one he is really remembered for, given how much he really kicks off the film.

Roger Ebert gave the film a thumbs up and said "As good as the original. Smart, quick and made with real wit." Gene Siskel also gave it a thumbs up and said "Perhaps the best Dirty Harry film since the original." Many others consider it to be the worst of the Dirty Harry movies. Those others are wrong. This is a top-notch action film, with hints of a slasher movie mixed in!

Reviewed by Sleeper-Cell 3 / 10

Dirty Dull

There is a grittiness missing from this last installment of the Dirty Harry series. It had been missing from most of the films but it is really gone here.

Harry in this one looks bored, I'm not sure why he would be assigned to the death of a drug addicted celebrity. Why is a remote controlled car being used as a means of assassination?

There seems to be a lot of bad guys running around here. Maybe it was my waning interest and the films failure to engage me but I didn't really understand what was happening nor did I care enough to watch it again or rewind to work it out.

Jim Carrey's small part is hammy and out of place. Liam Neeson looks the part but also fails to impress.

Dirty Harry using a harpoon gun looks more like an attempt at Rambo than a cop dealing with crime. Not to mention the bad guy he shoots with it is armed with a gun and had ample to time to shoot him first.

It just lacks the impact of the first film.

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